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Josef

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  1. If you look at the tread on the tires you’ll see the ridge grapplers have far less siping. It causes them to not have the same traction in snowy conditions as the at/ko or duratrak.
  2. If you ever drive in snow or mud I would steer clear. If you’re on dry road they are fine and look cool.
  3. I have had Duratracs, BFG AT/KO2, and Ridge Grapplers. The Nitto's look great and are fine on both wet and dry pavement but are horrible in any sort of snow or mud. I live in the PNW and hunt in the mountains of ID quite a bit. The best of the bunch were the BFG's seconded by the duratracs. I bought the Nitto's because they had the size I wanted and BFG didnt. The Nitto have an aggressive looking sidewall but more or a street tire tread. This is their downfall in my opinion.
  4. I have an offer for $52k for a 2020 trailboss that I paid $48 for back in late 2019. Waiting until my 2021 TB arrives before I complete that deal.
  5. What type of times have you seen from the "awaiting shipment" status to arriving at your dealership?
  6. That makes sense. The truck I am waiting for is supposedly complete waiting for shipment. I am guessing that translates to sitting waiting for some chips or components. With the inventory being down I highly doubt shipping is a gating item.
  7. When you say pre selling are you actually completing the sale prior to the vehicle being on the lot? If someone does a presale with you right now are they locking in the June discount even if their truck ends up arriving in August?
  8. Are you giving the rebates/ customer cash? I have a truck reserved right now that is supposed to show up later this morning or early next. Right now I am set to get $3k in customer cash but who knows what it will be next month if the shipment slips to then (probably likely). I am told that the transaction cant be completed prior to the truck being on the lot. Does that seem right?
  9. Just missed the cutoff. My truck was built on 5/26. Bummer….
  10. ARE got back to me and said I just need to change my contour strip and it can be purchased from a dealer. That’s good news. Someone else just posted a 14 week lead time.
  11. I’ve definitely seen hard tonneaus that work with the gmc multipro which is the same as the the Chevy multiflex to my knowledge. (Sorry just realized you weren’t talking about a hard folding or rolling tonneau. I haven’t looked for those)…edited Looking at that little spoiler (raised section) it looks identical to the one on my current regular 2020 tailgate. I just can’t find a multiflex around to check out and see. ARE has the multiflex on their website selector as an option so they are obviously aware of it. I sent them an email this weekend and I’ll call tomorrow to get more detai
  12. I saw something where it was only the engines from 2021 paired with the 8 speed trans that had afm/dfm deleted. here it is: https://gmauthority.com/blog/2021/03/here-are-the-2021-chevy-silverado-gmc-sierra-models-that-will-keep-afm-dfm/
  13. Anyone have any idea if the top of the tailgate is similar or close enough to the standard tailgate? I see that ARE asked if you have a MF on their canopy selector but looking at images they look essentially the same up top. I am really hoping that I am able to use my existing Z2 canopy from my 2020. I will try to give ARE a call but they are pretty insulated with pushing people to their dealers. Unfortunately at least in my area their dealers are not very helpful.
  14. Anyone running a canopy with the multiflex tailgate? I am hoping to transfer over an existing canopy from a 2020 TB to a 2021 TB. I can’t tell from the pictures of there will be interference with the rear window. The canopy is an ARE Z2. Thanks.
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