Birdwatcher62 replied to OldAFVet's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsJust ordered and installed this truxedo pro X15. Really like the way it looks. Very low profile. Almost flat with the bed. Fits tight with no wrinkling and is made of high grade waterproof fabric. More like a convertible top. Not that shiny black vinyl that I think looks cheap. Think truxedo bed covers are the best out there.
My 2018 Sierra SLT Premium in Red Quartz tintcoat that I believe was new for 2018 and slightly lighter than the crimson red or cajun red. Really shines when clean and we do get compliments.
Cabin filters, as well as engine air filters are one of the easiest thing to change. Very satisfying to turn down the dealer when they recommend at servicing for $50-$60 and the order a pair on Amazon for $19 combined and DIYS.
After working in the yard all morning in the 97 degree heat, decided to take the truck to the touchless for a quick wash. Got home and found it left a film so ended up hand washing and detailing in the heat anyway. First foolish sunburn of the season. Found my first chip also. Beer time!
On my 18 Sierra actually you just need to hold down the lock button on the key fab and the doors will simultaneously lock and the mirrors will fold. You dont need to double tap. Think same is true on open. Haven't tested to see if all four windows will roll down when I hold the unlock button yet.
Birdwatcher62 replied to toyotadude101's topic in 1960-1966 Chevrolet C/K/Apache & GMC 1000-3000 PickupsI wanna say 1962-1966 gmc.
What trim level and year is your truck? It looks nice but I alway find it interesting how many here add upper level trim features to trucks. Wonder at what cost and if would be better off just buying the truck with the factory features desired. Particularily when it comes to warranty and resale.
Curious what the average and best gas mileage you've gotten in your 2015-2018 silverado or sierrra 1500 crew cab is? Mine so far is pictured. It is a 2018 Sierra SLT Z71 4WD Crew with the the 5.2 liter V8 8-speed.
Thanks and Happy Easter! Please keep the tips coming. I only hand polish once or twice a year so willing to pay a bit more on product. Never used or heard of clay barring. Sounds like something that could scratch the finish if not done right.
Waiting for it to warm up one of these days to give my 2018 Sierra 1500 it's first hand polish. I usually use Turtle Wax Wet and Dry after a wash and polish my vehicle once or twice a year with a paste wax. Looking for tips on best products and techniques.
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