Well said. Trucks hold their value incredibly well. But You can get into a new one for not much more $’s when incentives are increased Thx, I am leaning towards the AFE I bought the Pinnacle Black Label Diamond Coating kit from Auto geek, Comes with everything you need to get the job done. I think I can get 3-4 cars finished with this kit https://www.autogeek.net/diamond-coating-kit.html
Thank you! Borla claims 0 drone on website, I am assuming that is without the flaps? I had Corsa touring on my 17 and there was 0 drone $900 a month if you put $0 down for 72 months at their crazy 7.5% rate I was fortunate to be given an opportunity in the financial services industry 10 years ago and turned a sales territory from nothing to a significant business and I was rewarded for it. Capitalism at its best. 50k is a lot of $’s, However Each person is in a different financial condition. I hate debt and I don’t buy anything unless I know I can pay it off tomorrow. Thank you sir!
Edited my post, OTD was 50,500 not 51,500, so the truck itself was at the 47k mark, then add TTL and add on options to get to 50,500 The catch was you have to finance through GM financial at a 7.5 APR Rate to maximize the cash allowance to get that low of a price. But I’m just going to turn it around and either pay it off or find a much better rate online to refi. That’s a ridiculous rate if anyone holds on to it.
Thx everyone! I’m leaning towards Borla touring , Getting old LOL! Maga Ride is definitely smoother than standard Z71, felt like it cornered a little better as well, probably because of the 22’s. I’ll check out the Airaid MIT, Thx!
2003Z71 posted a topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraHey everyone, longtime member here and haven’t posted in awhile and I thought I’d share the trade I just made for a new ‘18 Denali Ultimate. This was a spur of the moment purchase that I wasn’t planning. I was bored on New Year’s Day and I was just surfing the net and was curious about the deals that my local Chevy/GMC dealer giving. They had 4 ‘18 Denali ultimates in stock all listed around 51K. I shot right over to the dealer with my ‘17 SLT. I bought my ‘17 SLT exactly 2 years ago during the Holidays when the were also running year end deals. It was the the SLT premium package that listed for around 55k and I got it for around 44k. I really wanted the Denali but they weren’t really discounting heavily at the time. They had a couple Denali 5.3’s in but couldn’t justify the premium. Even though I really liked the SLT I really didn’t LOVE IT (not Like the Chick in the GMC commercial). Anyway, always wanted the Denali with the 6.2. And I’m not a big fan of the new ‘19s. I think they are fugly So Here is the Deal I got: MSRP $64,395 OTD all in for Ultimate Denali $50,500, Price includes tax, tags, fees $1350 Bed Cover, $374 for mats and wheel locks, $770 for Enviroguard (BS paint protection) Trade in for the ‘17 SLT w/27xxx miles $35,000 No Brainer!!! It was 65 degrees this weekend so I did a wash, Clay, polished out all spots, and ceramic coating. Tomorrow going back to dealer for a level lift, Friday will be doing front window tint and Xpel film paint protection on front bumper/headlights, mirrors and front part of hood Future mods are Borla Exhaust, trying to decide between touring and S type Also looking to add CAI kit. Any feed back would be helpful. I checked out Black Bears website and the test results on CAIs. A couple of Pics to follow
I started to get an annoying rattle in my '17 Sierra SLT over the last couple of weeks. It seems to get worse. I narrowed it down to this piece of plastic. When I hear the rattle I push down on it while driving, not the safest thing to do, but it suppressed the rattle. Has anyone else experienced rattles with this defective piece? I am thinking its the clips holding it loosened up. Not happy about it with only 13, 000 miles on clock.
2003Z71 replied to sonerick's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC Sierra285/55/20's +20 offset, sits flush with wheel well, I don't like when wheels pop out of wheel wells,, I have a 2" level but fairly certain this size tire and offset will fit without rubbing, 285's look so much better than 275's
Pro Comp level, think it's 2.25. GM dealer install with kit and alignment for $370, includes 3 year warranty on level and suspension components, no brainer , plenty of clearance with control arms
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