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About martha3065

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    Blue Grass, IA
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    2016 Silverado LTZ Z71 Summit White Crew

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  1. WTB: 2017-2018 LTZ / High Country LED Tail lights

    Here are some options on Craigslist: https://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/pts/d/dallassilverado-led-taillights/6776818847.html https://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/pts/d/mesquitesilverado-led-tail-lights/6802449392.html https://chattanooga.craigslist.org/pts/d/chattanooga-led-tail-lights/6790466393.html https://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/pts/d/joliet-silveradooem-led-taillights/6806768374.html
  2. Chevy Walks the Walk On Silverado Advertising Plan

    That was a 2019 truck. They borrowed it from the wife's boyfriend she had while the husband was on the plane. It's been on a few episodes now, but was definitely more focused/prevalent in this one. I agree it looked a lot like marketing shots.
  3. Silverado or Suburban (2018)?

    My Silverado has the 8 spd. Hoe has the 6 spd. 8 spd takes some getting used to. I've had 2 or 3 TSBs applied in the 3 years I've had it. Still has some wierdness where it will slam into gear when down shifting or feel like it is slow between up shift, like a delay between gears. That's all "normal" though. ;) More of a nuisance, but doesn't make me hate the truck. 6 spd in the Hoe is smoother and has none of the unexpected shifting behavior. That wouldn't be my sole decider though.
  4. Silverado or Suburban (2018)?

    I also have a Silverado (2016 LTZ Crew short bed) and Tahoe (2017 LT). Both with 5.3. Silverado is my DD, amd Tahoe is the wife's. I agree with the comments above. For trips, I prefer the Tahoe. Ride is much better. Mileage is better in the Tahoe, due to gearing. If towing, I use the truck. With the rear seats of the Hoe folded, there is comparable room to the bed, but I use the truck if hauling anything dirty. Interiors are similar, but the "leather" in the Hoe is noticeably softer than the truck. As mentioned speakers are better in the Hoe (both have Bose). I don't really "off road," but the truck would be my preference due to 2 speed t-case. I have an Ultra Flex tonneau which keeps the bed pretty dry when I have things back there. If I could only get one and didn't need the extra seating the Hoe/Burb offers, I would get the truck, but that's just me and a personal/lifestyle preference.
  5. Another window trim

    I purchased some trim that had 15 of the clips broken. Purchased this same item from this same seller. Good as new. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F182382618468
  6. 2015 Silverado door handles

    Not mine https://stlouis.craigslist.org/pts/d/gmc-sierra-door-handles/6684335589.html https://omaha.craigslist.org/pts/d/silverado-painted/6673127141.html
  7. My 2016 would do the same thing, always after a rain. Didn't have to be raining any longer. It's like it would take a day for all the water to dry out of the sensors. Occasionally it would do it on a totally dry day, out of the blue, while sitting at a stoplight. Dealer checked all sensors (broke one and had to replace in the process). Finally checked and found a software update. That update fixed the issue, but I have noticed that it no longer beeps with each increase in the "sonar" bars on the DIC as I get closer to an object. The bars increase, then the speakers blare when you're right up against the object.
  8. XPEL or 3M pro?

    Bought my 16 Z71 in Jan of 16. Between then and May 16 I received many chips on the front bumper. Touched them up and had Xpel put on. Not a single new chip on the bumper in 2+ years since. Wish I had put it on the day I got the truck.
  9. BNIB Undercover UltraFlex UX12018

    This is an UltraFlex cover, which is worth more than a Flex (for those looking). I love my UltraFlex!
  10. Purchase

    If you can't get a better deal on the 900 mile one, I'd go for the 7 mile one. But, also consider value of your time to go get it. Lifetime powertrain warranty probably has some fine print like you have to get all scheduled maintenance performed by them or a dealer (vs yourself). If by them, the warranty is not worth much if you're not willing to make that trip.
  11. Rear ones drop through the space between fenders and bed. I did the same with one of mine and it dropped through. I would think the center ones over the wheel wells do the same. Maybe it's laying on top of the fender liners?
  12. Better bargains to be had. Supplier price is ok if you don't want to work for a deal, but any good dealer can beat supplier price, plus you should still get all incentives. Some incentives are not stackable with supplier pricing. If you have a GM card, it may also not be stackable with supplier (depends on which card you have). I'd work the best deal you can, then ask how it conpares to supplier pricing (or check it online yourself). Good luck.
  13. Where the Deals at!? Amazon Prime day

    Rexing V1LG dual cam $119 ($51 off) V1 for $70

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