Bump Now $200 only. Make me an offer.
Bump. Price drop. Was $400. Now $300. Cost me almost $1000 just 2 years ago. Great, solid cover! Ready to move it out of my garage.
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This is a local pickup only. I live in 76082. I cannot ship this and will not consider doing so. Thank you for understanding. Condition is Used. I had this on my truck for 2.5 years. Was on my 2018 GMC Sierra SLT 3500 HD 6.5 ft bed pickup up until a few days ago. Garage kept truck/cover with very low miles on truck. Cover is in excellent condition. It operates flawlessly and looks great (see pics). No issues. It is a very sturdy cover. Note: Because it is a used bed cover, there are some very minor surface scratches that are unnoticeable unless you are right on top of them and looking for them. I’m only selling because I recently installed a 5th wheel hitch for my next RV, and I don’t care to drive with the cover folded open (although it is certainly possible with this make/model of cover). This is a very nice, well-kept tonneau cover. This particular cover will fit ONLY the 6.5 ft bed on Chevy and GMC 1500 for 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018. And Chevy and GMC 2500 HD and 3500 HD for 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019. It will absolutely NOT fit the 5’8” or 8’0” beds available on some trim levels for the years/models listed. It will also NOT fit years/models outside of those I’ve listed. I also have the saddlebag sealed in the original factory box, never opened. I never got around to installing it. I'll even throw in some free weather-stripping for the cover since the piece that came with it for the front of the bed may not peel off my truck very cleanly. Asking $400 $300 $200. PayPal and cash are both acceptable payments. I am unable to deliver or meet halfway. Buyer may choose to meet me for local pickup at A) my house in 76082, or B ) some other agreeable location in 76082. Please send a PM with any offers and/or questions you may have. First come, first served. Someone is going to get a great deal here. Thank you for your interest!
That was my original fear. If I were a betting man, which I am, I'd bet your'e right. I would think they'd at least take the order and let the TPW stall at GM with a constraint. I'll see if I can reach a sales or fleet manager at another dealership tomorrow and see what they say.
True. True. Am guessing the dealership's response is rational. Their response still sounds a bit sketchy, to me, but you do bring up a good point. This dealership has certainly treated me well on my previous purchase and maintenance.
I chalk myself as an informed consumer, but I suppose we all do the same self-assessment, to a degree. Am currently looking to upgrade from my current 1500 to a 3500; not in a rush, though. Just looking for any informed readers who may be able to provide insight regarding the ordering process of an HD at this particular moment in time. Am familiar with the GM order workbench, TPW status, etc. Am trying to order a 3500, and my dealer (whom I've purchased from previously) just gave me a line of "we need to get back with you in a couple weeks, according to the GM." I called the guy (fleet rep) on it, and asked if he actually had any allocations for an order, and he of course said that they did. He went on to explain that GM is currently delaying order entry on trucks, particularly HD trucks, due to recent hurricane events. Does the above response from the dealership, in any form or fashion, ring the truth bell with anyone familiar with the current state of events on GM HD truck orders?
Assuming the tow mirrors are the same (chromed with LEDs) as in my 2015, they are power folding. I always fold mine in with the push of a button when pulling in the garage.
Mine is still in the shop, unfortunately. Am not bothering my service advisor too much because I know he and tech are at the mercy of GM when it comes to drivetrain repairs. Mine is a May 2015 build so am hoping for the best.
Mine is currently in the shop with the delayed engagement issue. If the truck has sat for more than a few hours, it's a guarantee that during the initial shift from Park to Drive, it delays a couple seconds, and then BAM--it's hard into first. Have to have foot on brake very firmly; otherwise, truck is sailing forward a foot or two. The delayed engagement from Park to Drive is literally that harsh. Will report back on progress in the shop. Link to a snapshot of the service bulletin: http://www.corvetteactioncenter.com/tech/knowledgebase/article/2015-2016-corvette-service-bulletin-16-na-014-delayed-engagement-after-sitting-with-engine-off-1290.html
Sorry for the slight grave dig, but this thread delivers. This thread popped up on a Google search when I was searching for a more intuitive way to interact with my pickup and Android phone. Works on my '15 as described by the OP. Not as cool as '16+ models getting Android Auto, but still very cool! Disclaimer: Am sure this feature is described in other threads, and maybe even in one of my owners manuals, but this is where I found it.
Great truck! Not a fan of XM radio here. Never activated mine either (that I recall); don't care for low-res audio. Just happened to notice my traffic flow lines dropped off the nav screen the other day, and suspected right then that the nav unit was using XM Traffic for traffic flow info. I may have a setting messed up, though, or OTA is spotty with the recent fog. Could very well by me, i.e., operator error. Just wanting to make sure I'm not missing a setting or something. Would love free traffic flow data through the nav screen!
Am curious what year/model truck you have. My initial XM trial expired the other day and my green/yellow/red traffic lines just happened to disappear at the same time, which would lead me to believe GM uses XM Traffic rather than over the air like my Hondas do.
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