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Blade8971

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  1. I traded in my 2017 LTZ Z71 for my 2020 TB and here's what I miss on the old truck Factory Navigation Power Passenger Seat GM Performance (Borla) Dual Exhaust Better bucket seats. All the above is washed away on my TB when I stomp on the pedal unleashing the awesomeness of 6.2L of power
  2. I must say the Hummer EV looks nice - way, way, way better than the Cybertruck. Should be fun to see how this truck and the Rivian do in terms of sales. That being said, 100K price tag for an electric vehicle is way too rich for me. I'll stick with my ICE 6.2L chevy for the time being
  3. My 2020 TB went to the dealer a few days ago for the leak issue on the rear window - got it back yesterday. It rained last night through to this morning...checked the rear seats and window....so far no leaks. My dealer arranged to have an auto glass company remove the window and reinstall it as they determined the original seal was defective.
  4. Well I now have a very minor leak on the rear window - driver side. Issue was discovered yesterday when it was raining gently. I dropped it off at my dealer earlier today, whom will sent it out to a auto window company for repair. I should have it back tomorrow.
  5. Your dealer is mistaken as various aftermarket companies have rollup tonneau covers for the 2019+ GM trucks. Check out the websites for Access, Truxedo, etc to find one that would work with your application. I have a Truxedo Edge for my 2020 TB.
  6. I had my 2020 TB for three months and had no leaks around the back window. I'll keep an eye on it during the fall and winter months due to the cold temperatures and increased frequency of rain/snow.
  7. I had a similar issue with my 2020 TB in which the front bucket seats were not comfortable after a 20 minute drive (out of town). I played around with my driver seat and got the settings right that made the seat much more comfortable, and I verified this with an hour round trip drive (out of town) - about 70 miles. The passenger seat on the other hand which only had reclining and front-back adjustments would need to have some additional cushioning which would be achieved by adding additional padding underneath the bottom cover or by an external cushion on top of the seat. One of my neighbors has a 2019 AT4 with a similar issue and elected to use external cushions on the seats.
  8. I had the Dura-Tracs on my previous ride a 2017 LTZ Crew Cab Midnight Edition. I was impressed how quiet they were when I test drove the truck before buying it and had no issues with them for the past three years. My new 2020 TB came with the optional 20" wheels and Goodyear Trailrunner AT's. We'll see how well they perform in the winter months. When the time comes to replace them...definitely go for the Dura-Tracs.
  9. I paid $47K for my 2020 Trail Boss after factoring in my trade, supplier discount, cash stackable discounts, and 0% financing.
  10. Nice Truck Congrats on the purchase
  11. The gas mileage seems to be okay...won't know more until I get a full tank run probably in another 1-1.5 weeks. The shifts (10speed with the 6.2L) are smooth....the best transmission I've experienced so far. I'm from Canada and the Trail Boss with the 5.3L (Custom or LT) is a very popular model. So I can see people willing to pay to get one. Me...I haggled for mine for a price that was cheaper...lol!!!! Cheers.
  12. Hi Everyone New to the sight. Just took delivery of a Black 2020 LT Trail Boss with a 6.2L earlier today Previously owned a 2017 Silverado LTZ Midnight Edition with a 5.3L - traded in for the Trail Boss. So far love the truck...just get to get used to the keyless fob...lol!!! Just wanted to say Hi to everyone on the sight Cheers
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