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  1. Factory is 18%. Just go 5% all windows.
  2. X2 for norockchips.com. Clear Auto Bra. Located in Plymouth, MI. They applied ppf to my '16 Denali front end(18in back) and headlamps. Performed well, still looked great when I traded it in 2 mos ago. Haven't had a chance to get my new truck in yet.
  3. In the past I've used tube sand across the bed, then remove it in the spring. Just for added traction. Being from The Great Lakes State I know all about LES!
  4. Yes. Get the 6.2L. Power, fuel economy, sound. Unmatched by any other.
  5. I was in same situation as you in January. I decided to pull the trigger and traded in my '16 GMC Sierra Denali 6.2 on a '20 GMC Sierra Denali 6.2. I am glad I did, I really like the '20 vs. the '16, much smoother. Look for incentives to sweeten the deal.
  6. Meguiars Ultimate All Wheel Cleaner and a microfiber wheel brush worked well. Curious about Eagle One foaming wheel cleaner. Has anyone tried it?
  7. 2020 GMC Sierra Denali Carbon Pro 22" stock Bridgestone tires 22" Factory high gloss black wheels
  8. Sales person doesn't know what they are talking about, it sounds different.
  9. 6.2 no question. Everytime you drive you'll be glad you did. I've had 2, '16 Sierra Denali and '20 Sierra Denali. The 6.2 was also awarded to Wards 10 best engines list.
  10. I did Xpel ppf on my '16 Sierra front end. I was impressed with the protection and performance. It held up remarkably well, I had to do a maintenance wax every 3 months. Still looked good when I traded it in last month.
  11. Looking for input on what you use to clean the wheels. These new wheels have many tight spots to get at, looking for tips to save time and my knuckles. Also something safe for the finish, not to scratch.
  12. Looks good. Can you post pics to show how it's mounted to CarbonPro bed? Any modifications needed to install?
  13. '16 Sierra Denali 6.2 8 spd, shook from day 1 brand new. I accounted it to the 22in wheel and tires. Shook between 40-60 mph on the freeway. Got a new '20 Sierra Denali 6.2 10 spd w/22in wheels and tires and it rides SO much smoother. Have not experienced the shaking.
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