I have 2 of these for sale in great shape. Asking $150 each. Located in the lower hudson valley NY but I will travel or ship for a cost. I can't figure out how to get pictures on here yet but I have them to send. The wheel looks just like this one https://www.ebay.com/itm/5752-GMC-SIERRA-1500-20-CHROME-CLAD-FACTORY-OEM-WHEEL-RIM-2016-2019-23220753/153715495212?epid=661862587&hash=item23ca28512c:g:cfoAAOSwoC9dxItQ
I have a 2018 SLT. It has those ridiculous chrome clad wheels on it and they have recently been destroyed thanks to a curb and some icy roads. The only wheels for sale locally are some at4 20 inch wheels But they come with a 33 inch tire Does anybody know if I would have fitment issues I know that model truck comes with a 2 1/2 inch lift so I’m inclined to pass on these. That being said if anybody has a set of 20 inch rims for sale and you’re in the Northeast let me know
a stone busted a front mud flap on my '18 Sierra. It's snapped but I don't know where the best place to get a replacement would be? My dealer wants 150 bucks, surely there is somewhere better. What's a good source for OEM replacements? Also, if there are better parts to be had I'm all ears. It just has to protect the body from road salt as I'm in the north east.
Hi, I got into a new 2018 sierra last month and love the truck. My dealer said I get 2 free oil changes in 2 years with the purchase and after that it's about 100 bucks a service. This is my first new truck, I'm coming from a 2010 nissan frontier that I kept on the road doing my own maintenance and repair. Never had a major issue but it was also a very easy truck to work on aside from reaching the spark plugs. Just mobil 1 and a filter every 5k miles then coolant, trans and brakes when those were called for. Does GM honor the warranty if you do your own oil? What kind of documentation do they ask for ? Is it worth the hassle? I figure I'd save at least 50 bucks a change doing my own oil and that can really add up given how long I keep my cars. I read that they discourage you doing your own transmission fluid, so fine. I'll take it in but Oil is too simple to let someone else do it for double the money. Dealer also warned me to not modify the truck which I thought was arrogant. so one more question, anyone know a good dealer in or near rockland county NY? I don't mind a drive for a good experience.
A bed cover wasn't going to do it because my dogs aren't getting in the cab. I ended up going with an ARE cap. It was about 2k installed but that includes a lot of options. It looks beautiful and I've had quick disconnects added for when I move larger items. Visibility is roughly unchanged, rides great. Went with ARE over Leer because of the nicer hinges and options available at this price. Highly recommended.
I bought a 2018 SLT It's got the 8 speed and a 5.3 with a 3.42 rear end. I'm rated to pull about 9400 pounds which is fine for me and it can scoot within reason but most importantly I am saving on buying premium fuel. The 6.2 can take regular but then it will run in a degraded fashion. I've got the premium plus, z-71 and a few other packages, it's just about everything I could want in a fullsize. I didn't want a denali because I didn't want magna ride, I might lift / level it. I didn't get the 6.2 because I know I wouldn't put premium fuel in it. It's a solid ride and will treat you right. save the money for mods, get the 18 SLT
Love my new truck but it's got a bit more chrome on it than I'm comfortable with. The trucks is red tintcoat. Not sure if I like black or aluminum rims on it. Anyone have pictures of theirs? Anyone have one they removed all chrome from? Also anyone want to swap chrome for black bits? Kicking this idea around but if anyone's interested let's talk.
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