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jrfloh

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About jrfloh

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  • Name
    Josh
  • Location
    Ohio
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    2014 Silverado LT
  1. How did these tires handle in the CO snow this past winter?
  2. What's your tire/wheel/level specs? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. I believe you can buy additional tie down points if you need more than the standard 4. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. Any photos? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. Hi all, finally been doing some research for a tonneau for my 2014 Chevy Double Cab and have read through this entire thread. I was originally leaning towards a folding cover (Bak), but after really analyzing how I've used my bed over the past 2 years and what requirements were most important to me, I've narrowed it down to a couple of hard tops and the Diamondback SE. The most important tonneau requirements for me personally is to have it waterproof and have good security. I'm most likely to be carrying luggage, groceries, or guns/ammo for weekend trips to the range. I'd like to have piece of mind if I stop out at lunch without having to move range gear to the cab. Mimicking other comments, I'd love to have a folding cover but they are not 100% waterproof. Even if they are for a while, I want my cover to last. I'd rather spend the $1200 now and not have to worry about the cover...aka replacing bulkhead seals and glue every few years. My research has led me to these main three covers... Diamondback SE - This cover seems to have the best security and water resistance I've researched for a folding tonneau. I don't mind the rugged look, actually really like it. I also like the fact that I can fit longer or taller items in the bed, when in a pinch, by folding up the back panel. The seal around the tailgate looks really sturdy & beefy compared to some of the other rubber seals on other folding covers. Can those Diamondback owners (@ BSea, Jayridge88, etc..) comment on how the seal is holding up, especially as we are now entering cold winter weather? Undercover Elite - this cover looks to be extremely waterproof and secure, but I'm loosing the ability to store something large/tall in the bed without having to run home and remove the cover. I've seen this cover on a couple of other trucks at work and it looks really slick. Undercover Ridgelander - Don't think anyone has mentioned this hard tonneau before, probably because it's brand new. I think it was just showcased at SEMA 2016. Anyway, highly suggest people check it out. I'm very impressed with the design as it comes with two Rhino rack Vortex bars that you can customize for your specific load-out. Plus all of it is removable and you can just rock the slick hard cover (or no cover and just have the rails in place). I'd like to know if anyone out there has seen this or has this and can comment on how water tight it is. No I'm not an undercover sales rep or anything, just happen to come across their website and have seen a couple of the Elites in our parking lot as stated before. Any recommendations or comments is welcome. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. This looks awesome man! Did you put a new front grille on? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  7. What lift/leveling kit do you have installed here? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  8. I only have 35k on my 2014 LT. I did experience an extremely annoying "Service: Trailer brake controller" pop-up in my driving info center. Wasn't towing anything. Some days it would pop-up 40-50 times. Took me about 4 visits to the dealer and then they finally swapped out the Trailer brake controller a month ago and it seems to have fixed the issue. Other than that, just recalls which Chevy has fixed for me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. What lift kit do you have installed on this bad boy? Looks great. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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