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anthony2558

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About anthony2558

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  • Birthday 06/01/1979

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    Anthony
  • Location
    Phillipsburg, NJ
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    2019 Sierra Denali

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  1. how did the install go? any issue getting the longer shaft into place?
  2. I was gonna say watch a video of the factory assembly line, paint booth and prepare to be a amazed how little paint is actually used. My mustang C pillar passenger side was primer and some spitting of white paint covered in clear. Crazy that it made it through inspection.
  3. Anyone use rear shock extensions on your 2019 or newer Denali with ARC. Lifting the rear one inch and wondering if you can use shock extensions that are turned 90deg? Thanks.
  4. If its not leaking water when it rains, get used to it. Id be to worried that after the dealer touches it, it would start leaking.
  5. Just picked up a used 2019 Sierra 1500 Denali power sliding window with the leak. My 19' trail boss had the same leak, it was fixed. Does the TSB still call for 1 gallon of clear caulk? or are they doing something else now?
  6. So I have decided to sell my 2019 Silverado Trail Boss CC 5.3L. Truck currently has 21,1?? miles on it. Leather Trailer Brake Controller Full Center Console Dual Zone Climate Covience Package II Bed liner and Rear well liners 4" Rough Country lift 35X12.50R20 Federal Xplora tires 20X10 Fuel Cyclone Gloss Black Wheels Airaid Cold Air Intake JLT Oil Separators AFE Muffler Tinted to match windows Smoke black bug shield. Roll up bed cover. No issues with the truck. Were downsizing and moving.
  7. All the plasti dip was taken off and wheels cleaned and ceramic coated. Willing to trade for set of 18" Trail Boss wheels and tires.
  8. Weird. I live in PA, work in NJ. Filling up in Jersey on 91 cause it cost the same as 87 in PA. I've come to the conclusion that the truck runs better on 87. Didn't matter if it was winter gas/summer gas, always used Sunoco.
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