Thanks for this info. I filed a complaint with the NTSB. My 2014 Sierra 1500 w/86kis effected by this. The local dealership (AutoNation GMC) in Lakewood, CO quoted me $2900 for this job. I'm beyond pissed. To make matters worse, my A/C went out within the last couple months and apparently that's also a common issue on this platform. In the past month, I've replaced my rotors/pads (for the second time), I'm on my 3rd battery, and I just had to have a wheel bearing replaced. This truck is anything but professional grade.
I know this is an old thread, but can someone confirm that 14/15 Sierra 1500 will take the 17 hood without grill/headlight swap? My 2014 Sierra 1500 was hail damaged last week and the hood took the brunt of it. I'd prefer to swap it for a newer one, but wouldn't be able to justify the swap if I need new headlights, grill and bumper too. Thanks
I emailed them with the ebay listing that shows them in stock. I anticipate they'll say that is inaccurate like they told me last time this happened. Some say they have good customer service, but I've yet to experience it.
I bought one of the outlaw style systems yesterday for $309 and today they cancelled my order because it was "out of stock". Ironically, Auto Anything's eBay site lists 10+ in stock. This is the second time that I've lumped a few add on's to an order from them, only to have the main portion of the order to get cancelled because it was not in stock.
You might be able to find someone to trade trucks with you. Mine is leveled on 5100's/33's and something like your truck is what I am craving.
I have 5100s on all 4 corners and the truck rides way better then it did stock. It is definitely stiffer, but no way near as stiff as something like a sports car. Here's mine on 20's with the 5100s at the highest setting. Sent from my XT1585 using Tapatalk
I brought my 2014 in today. They are going to do "kryptonite" to fix it.... Said it'll be about a 7+ hr job. My truck had 15k miles and the entire frame is rusted. He said this is becoming a common issue. Sent from my XT1096 using Tapatalk
Dent wizard works great, but it won't fix the paint chips. In some places they can use a tool to wedge the dents out (like in doors), but sometimes they have to drill an access hole, which is then plugged with a small rubber gasket. I had 3 large dents pulled from my last car (prior to trading it in) for about $150..couldn't even tell they were ever there. Depending on the paint chips, I've had great success with Dr Colorchip for small chips and Langka for larger ones.
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