Had my first check up (oil change, tire rotation, etc...) at 3,500 miles/6 months. No issues. The debate on an exhaust system is raging in my head. Is a Flowmaster 44 dual exhaust system “good enough” or do I get the Corsa... Flowmaster is one third the cost and trust me I know you get what you pay for, but by the time it needs replacing I will want to change it anyhow... I can pick up a cold air box and still spend less then the Corsa. The real issue is my ego... want vs. need.
This one is a personal note... I have a two year old grandson who is in total love with my truck. He looks for it when I visit and loves to sit in it and play driving. I could not resist buying him this so he will have one of his own.
While I am breaking the truck in and trying to decide what it wants to be when it grows up, I’m board and looking for small touches to make it mine. This is a real small one, but I kind of liked it. I sanded the area down with 600 grid paper, cleaned and then wax and grease removed it. The color looks a little off in the pictures, but it is spot on in person.
As fate would have it, I saw my buddy tonight that had the 2016 LTZ that he traded in on his new 2019 High Country. He brought me the set of frame plugs he had on his 2016 along with the floor mats. I’ll give them a try tomorrow. The 2019 is gorgeous! Perl white with every bell and whistle Chevy offers. Black and brown interior and I love the heads up display on the windshield.
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