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  1. I would check out the new Yakima bed rails then. The "Outpost" looks solid even just for better cargo management. I'm not sure if that model would clear the roof, though. https://www.yakima.com/mount-location/truck-racks?product_type=57
  2. Bought a 19 AT4 and did want ACC. With that being said, the ACC systems should be getting much better in the next few years. The 2020 Sierra system sounds like a band-aid. Check out the super cruise and GM’s plan to comprehensively roll that out in next few years. Also, I want my next truck to have some 5G tech built in as that’s in the works as well. But after seeing the 2020 updates, I still would pull trigger on the 2019 if given the option between the two. The price savings on a 2019 would be preferred to a 2020 just to get a camera-only ACC. A later model coupled with a proper refresh would be preferred to me.
  3. Either no rattle or significantly less. You're a prophet for suggesting that fix lol.
  4. Don’t want to jinx it but seems like switching sides made a difference. I’ll see how it sounds on the road tomorrow.
  5. I’ll have to try that. It’s definitely the rear headrests, though. If I put pressure on each and flip the rear tray up/down: no rattle.
  6. Meaning you turned it backwards?
  7. Be nice if they focused on truck things over keeping up with the INTERIOR of luxury sedans. Ford’s trailer backup assistance thing, GM “trailer checklist” (lmao), and RAM 12” touchscreens (really lmao) are painfully telling as to the customers they’re trying to convert. In any event, looking forward to my ‘19 AT4. IMO the tech needs to be simple and more modular. For example, minor changes in charging standards shouldn’t obsolete the entire suite of related options (wireless charging, slow ass charging ports). Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Saw this report from Bloomberg, which included admission from GMC marketing that some updates were definitely incoming. I wonder if they can get something like that changed by the 2020 models? https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-04-08/new-pickups-come-with-bare-bones-interiors-at-sports-car-prices?utm_source=google&utm_medium=bd&cmpId=google
  9. Any more pics of that pacific blue? It’s top on my list but no models nearby to see in person. Is it similar to a navy blue? Most dealer pics online leave something to be desired. Calling all pacific blues! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. How’s the performance after those tires? Very interested in that size but the Grabber, similar to others, comes in at 62.6lbs. The stock Bridgestone tires on the 20” are 46lbs.
  11. Twitter search found GMC replying to someone in January about the option coming as a "late 2019 model year option on the Sierra Denali."
  12. I’ve ready plenty of articles highlighting these beds, and some posts referencing them, but have yet to see any CarbonPro models for sale. Are you able to choose as an option yet? Looking forward to some real first impressions rather than marketing.
  13. Yeah those image conscious people in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky . . . could **never** appropriately use 4WD.
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