Randall, thanks for the inquiry but I checked on shipped to the Tennessee area and it was outrageous. Texas would be crazy expensive. I def would though if it made sense.
Yes, it’s that simple....I just don’t like having steps on my trucks. I’m clumsy and always rub my leg against them or slip somehow. Thanks for the trade offer, but I’m just looking to sell only. Tell you what, to help with gas and you taking them off my truck, I will do $275. Let me know.
I am from Lewisburg WV originally, so hope all is well back in my home state. I can certainly look into shipping, but am confident it will be fairly high. I am not that far from Pennsylvania, so I would consider a meet and greet if you're willing to drive some. I can be in Scranton PA in an hour, but even from Morgantown (if you live close to there), it's still 5 hours drive.
I would ship, but man these things are big and heavy. I can't begin to imagine what the shipping costs would be. For what it's worth, I love Tennessee...beautiful state. Hopfully somebody within a reasonable distance chimes in soon. It is a great deal.
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Yes, they have the Sierra name on them and my truck is a crew cab. I am not sure if they would work for a double cab, but it may be the same part number.
Hello everyone, I hope this listing finds you and your family safe and healthy. For sale is my OEM Off-Road assist steps, dealer installed. Part# 84742421. I have no need for them, and frankly have never been a fan of running boards. For local pickup only, or I may drive a little way to meet if reasonable. They are still on my truck, and can easily be removed. Note, my truck is parked and not being driven and has less than 900 miles as my truck is only a month old, and I drive my work truck most of the time. So, they are like new. Retail is $995.00. Will sell for $550 O.B.O. Central NY, zip 13480...an hour east of Syracuse. Paul
I haven't read all 128 pages, but does anyone know if there is a permanent fix? Or, is it just the sealing TSB that came out last year? I was just curious because my '20 was built in Indiana on 2/12/20 and so far so good. But, I just wonder if any '19-'20 is eventually doomed to have a leak at some point. It appears there is a defect in the rear window frame and if GM has continued to use the same vendor so far, then it's reasonable to assume this issue will become much larger than it is now, and it's already pretty dang big.
Ironically, my check engine light came on yesterday evening after my truck got detailed. My '20 is only 2 weeks old with around 850 miles. Came out this morning and the check engine light was gone, but after checking for the stored code, it came up P25A2. I cleared the code, but should I be worried since it was gone this morning?
My 2020 is just 3 weeks old, and only has 836 miles on it when the check engine light came on today after I picked it up from an auto detailer. He uses a pressure sprayer before washing the vehicle, but am not sure if that matters. The check engine light was not on before I dropped it off to him earlier this morning. Yet, after picking it up this evening, it was and still is on. Any ideas? Can I take it to an Autozone or Advance Auto to get a code reader to give me the code? Edit: This morning the code did not come on when I started the truck or drove it. A friend has a scanner and pulled the P25A2 code which was stored and then he cleared it. Any reason to worry as it seems it was a temporary glitch?
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