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DCC_318

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About DCC_318

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  • Name
    Dave
  • Location
    New York
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  • Drives
    2018 Chevrolet Silverado LT Z71 - Deep Ocean Blue
  1. Truck came without factory boards, so I don't have a reference point. I just went out and measured, the bottom of the step tube hoop is 10" from the ground on the front step and 10.5" from the ground on the rear step. I have a stock extended cab with no lift or level. Hope this helps
  2. I ordered them directly through N-Fab's website. https://n-fab.com/podium-steps They were $464 when I ordered them. I checked with a local dealer before I order them and they wanted around $150 to install. Like I said in my post, easy install which I completed on my driveway without jacking up the truck.
  3. Sorry in the delay to reply, I was out of town. I really like them and glad I went with the Podium LG’s. Easy install and no problems with the replacement set. N-Fab Customer Service was great in the return process. I did have to wait a couple of weeks for the replacements because they were out of stock. It wasn't that big of a deal since I still had the blemishes on. The blemishes were returned.
  4. Rear Stake Hole Covers

    No issues with mine
  5. If you send an email request for a build sheet (include your VIN) to [email protected] they will usually send you it within a couple of days.
  6. That's what I assumed, just wanted to be sure. Thanks again for the info!
  7. Thanks for the feedback. Couple questions.. You didn't have to pay when you ordered the new set did you? Who paid for the shipping of the bad set back to N-Fab?
  8. Installed N-Fab Podium LG’s But then noticed this on the right side step after removing the packing material after install; Needless to say N-Fab has already received an email. We’ll see how this goes.
  9. Installed N-Fab Podium LG’s But then noticed this on the right side step after removing the packing material after install; Needless to say N-Fab has already received an email. We’ll see how this goes.
  10. ONSTAR

    That is the new deal. I purchased my 2018 Silverado in June 2018 and got 1 month for free and that if I signed up for the basic plan, I would get 2 additional months for free. I went with that and cancelled a day before the 3rd month ended. I won't pay $9.99 for access to an app that had been free for 5 years previously. I was contacted by an OnStar survey taker and told them there was no way to justify the cost. From what I was told by the Business Manager of the dealership I got my truck through, the change in plans occurred in April 2018 and that GM may have gotten the idea to charge for the app based lock/unlock/remote starting features from Volkswagen.
  11. Thanks for the feedback! Shame that you're seeing rust already. I hear you on the harsh winter. We just went over the 100 inches of snow mark here in Buffalo for the season. Unfortunately NY uses salt on the roads and I really don't want to see the steps looking terrible after a season, so whatever I finally decide it won't be until the weather breaks.
  12. I've had my 2018 for 4 months. No regrets at all. This is my first pickup and it's one that I had my eye on for a while. The dealership hadn't received any of the 2019's when I took delivery of mine and even if they had, it wouldn't have made a difference. Just not a fan of the look of the T1's.
  13. Has anybody gone with Havoc HS2 Hoop Steps? I have been looking at them and the N-Fab Podium LG's. The reviews that I have read on the N-Fab's has been mixed.
  14. Driver Pillar Door Handle

    My first post... Just picked one up on eBay for less than $40 shipped. Was cheaper than Chevy Accessories even with a coupon code. One of the easiest mods you can do.
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