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Jefez71

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  1. I used the LoC 22 and mounted the subs under the rear seat. Both 12's fit under the rear driver side while still giving me some storage space since I used the JL Audio Stealthbox made for our trucks. Here's a link with a short overview of my setup. Just jump to the 6:42 mark to see it Sent from my SM-N970U using Tapatalk
  2. I have the LT Trailboss with the same audio setup (considered base LT). I upgraded all the speakers to JL Audio and that definitely helped out the quality. Shortly after I added 2 12 inch subs and a 1000w amp. Get some quality speakers to notice the difference. Sent from my SM-N970U using Tapatalk
  3. Just out of curiosity what is everyone getting on their data speed for the "4G" Wi-Fi Onstar boasts about. After 3 consecutive tests back to back I got 2.45 mbps download speed (highest). That explains why I've always had slow wifi speed. I'm starting to question if the added monthly cost is worth it. If you Google wifi speed test you'll see the first option with a button to test. Make sure you're using your trucks wifi for this. Feel free to post your results. I'm sure it'll help those who are considering either buying the service or cancel their current service. Sent from my SM-N970U using Tapatalk
  4. Gl to your local GM dealership and ask a sales guy to look it up for you. Tell them to look it up on "GM Global" (it's a dealership portal) and have them go under "investigate vehicle history" and they'll have option to look at the buildsheet and print it out. You might have to pretend you're buying a car for better service though lol. Use your judgment to develop a tactic. Sent from my SM-N970U using Tapatalk
  5. I used to work at a Chevrolet dealership for a few years and trading could be good or bad. Good if you're upside down and you get something with rebates that will eat up some of your negative equity. Ideally, dealers want to make money 3 ways (with the trade in buying it below wholesale which is a shitty back and forth with their sales desk, they try to make money on the rate of the loan, and lastly the vehicle they are selling which includes the vehicle itself and all the extra BS products they try to add). It depends on how much you owe. If you own it outright and want to get rid of it fast then Carmax gives the most money for vehicles compared to regular dealers. There is a wildcard scenario though that you can take advantage of if you're lucky. Dealers compete with other dealers within their area. If you go on the last weekend of the month or even the last workday of the month they might do what we call in the car industry "pull their pants down " and give you a ridiculous deal just so they can make their sales goal and be on top. Sometimes they hit their money sales goal early in the month that they can do loser deals the rest of the month to be top volume dealer for the month as well. Sometimes though they haven't met their money sales goal and the situation can be different. Use your judgment and SHOP AROUND dealers and make them compete. Don't be afraid to show quotes from other dealers. Whatever you do don't commit right away until you're ready. Salesperson will try to get you to commit right away by asking questions such as "if I can beat the other dealers price do we have your business today only?" Good luck! Sent from my SM-N970U using Tapatalk
  6. More than likely marked during assembly in case anything comes lose over time and is misaligned you can use those markings for reference. Same reason one would mark their nuts/bolts during maintenance or suspension work. Mainly reference marking. Sent from my SM-N970U using Tapatalk
  7. I used sell these trucks at a Chevrolet dealership up until a few months ago and I can honestly say that I've had customers test drive brand new vehicles like they stole them and never had one come back because of reliability after it sold either to the person who stepped on it during test drive or someone else. Being that you ordered yours the only driving done on it was the transport from train to truck to lot and the PDI (pre-delivery inspection) to make sure all things are functioning as they should. I have 2019 Trailboss and did my first oil change at the 500 mile mark. I bought my own oil and filter and had the dealer perform the service since the first one is free. Use your judgment from what I said and enjoy your truck. Welcome to the club! Sent from my SM-N970U using Tapatalk
  8. 19 Trailboss here. Started to get hot in California and I heard the "acorn dropping on roof" sound everyone here is having issue's with. I figured it had to do with the heat expanding the materials and that seems to be the issue based on the thread. As long as it's not structural I can live with it. These trucks are for beating up and having fun so I won't let a a small issue like that affect my ownership experience. Thankfully I haven't needed to take the truck in for warranty stuff....yet lol. Sent from my SM-N970U using Tapatalk
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