Depending on how handy you are... you could replace it yourself for about $540. I just replaced my metal shell on my Denali over the weekend after a "Travel Trailer" incident. Took about 4 hours, but most of that was spent at the kitchen table transferring the plastic trim and parking sensors. If interested in DIY route, check out MBI Auto on Amazon or ebay. They sell Painted-to-match bumper shells: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B079C4LB4M/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08__o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Also, there are several you-tube videos that step through the bumper removal process.
Dsm, what size engine and transmission? My 18 GMC Denali 6.2L- 8 speed was terrible when I first got it. Felt like a bucking bronco. 4 months later with about 5,000 miles on it it's hardly noticeable. I thought it was a bunch of BS when the service department first told me you need to give the transmission time to "Learn" , but there seem to be some truth to it in my case. Sent from my BBB100-1 using Tapatalk
My 18 Denali is terrible at night, bordering on unusable. Daytime use is marginal at best. My 12 Yukon works much better. Do you happen to have the TSB number mentioned above. Will search online as well. Sent from my BBB100-1 using Tapatalk
Jerry, I'm sure you're already aware of this but there is a setting in the radio to turn off Forward collision system. There is also Front Collision Alert button on the steering wheel that sets the sensitivity. Maybe you have the feature turned off or its set to low to be effective.
Hey Jerry, I have a 2018 Denali standard bed with Magnaride and I tow a 6000 lb travel trailer without any issues. Loaded tongue weight is about 650 lbs. The ride feels the same with and without the trailer, although you know the trailer is there. The 22in rims certainly cause you to feel every pebble in the road, but I've never felt like the shocks were stiff or bottoming out. I also tow the same trailer with a 2012 Yukon XL and the larger side wall of the 20in tires does help. What size are your rims compared to your old chevy? Sent from my BBB100-1 using Tapatalk
Following... I Have a 2018 Sierra Denali Standard Bed and I'm looking to buy a 7000-8000 lbs travel trailer in the coming months. Are you using any type of load leveling hitch. What is the hitch weight of your travel trailer? Interesting that it rides different than your Chevy. Sent from my BBB100-1 using Tapatalk
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