Calebd94 replied to tdboze's topic in 2019 Silverado & Sierra ModsAh, gotcha. Thanks anyway!
Looking to purchase a tonneau cover for my 2016 2500HD 6.5' bed. Located in Charlotte, NC and will travel within a couple hours. Heading down to Augusta, GA next week too and could pick one up then as well if you're somewhat close to that path of travel.
Calebd94 replied to tdboze's topic in 2019 Silverado & Sierra ModsIt wouldn't happen to be for a 6.5 foot bed to fit a 2500HD would it?
Calebd94 replied to Calebd94's topic in For Sale/WantedBack to the top.
Calebd94 replied to Calebd94's topic in For Sale/WantedBeen waiting for a coupon as well. After I used one on my tires, I seem to not have gotten one in a couple months...
Calebd94 posted a topic in For Sale/WantedLooking for a full system local to Charlotte, NC. Will travel up to ~3 hours if the deal is right but looking for the TOURING ONLY. Prefer side exit but will take a look at dual rear exit as well. Let me know what you got!
I have had the weathertech digital cut floormats in my last Silverado and last 2 Tacomas. They worked great, although a little pricey. My 2018 came with the GM factory floor liners that are, in my mind, better than the weathertech. Only reason I think they are potentially better is they are easier to clean. And, they look very classy with the Chevy logos on them.
Not to jack the thread but how do you like your Nitto M/T tires? I just got the ridge grapplers and they are very very quiet and have a nice ride but am also interested in the M/T option. Just wondering how they rode in comparison.
Bought my truck back in June when the larger rebates started being offered. Ran 4000 miles on stocks and couldn’t stand the stock tires anymore so I bought some 275/65r18 Ridge Grapplers when EBay had offered a 25% code. They sat in my garage for a couple weeks before I had time to get them on them decided to go with some Grenade 18x9 wheels and topped it off with a level. Love the height and love the aggressiveness of the RG’s. They are relatively quiet but I would imagine they will get loud overtime, but I’m good with that.
Welcome! I just bought a new 2018 Silverado. I have been looking for a little while but typically, when there are rebates on the new trucks you give up the 0% financing option and vice versa. From my research, you are better off taking the rebates and financing with GM Financial (usually get $1,000 more off if financing with them), making 3 months of payments and financing somewhere else. I have found that to be the cheapest option.
I just put the Falken 275/65r18s on my 2015 crew cab with a 2” leveling kit. They seem to be relatively quiet (though louder than my previous General AT2s) but have pretty good traction in the snow. This past weekend I got 22 MPG on my trip back to New York from Virginia. I love the look and for the price they are hard to beat (since the AT2s were discontinued). Don’t think you can go wrong with them though. I think it’s obvious but I truly loved my AT2s and were disappointed when they were discontinued but these are a close second for me. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
Traded in my 2014 4 cylinder Tacoma for a Silverado last week. Got 275/65r18 Falken Wildpeaks with a 2” leveling kit today along with a Tonno Pro Hard Tri-Fold. Loving the power so far and don’t miss my manual transmission yet! Lol Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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