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  1. Looking at purchasing a trail boss but after taking one for a drive I felt it was a big step in, I am not really concerned about it for myself but my wife may grow tired of jumping up into the truck and we also have two small kids. I was looking at adding the gm rectangular assist step with the deal but I am not sure if that will help the step up into the truck, or if I am better off going with some hoop side steps that come down a little more. If there is anyone out there with a trail boss with side steps do they make entering and exiting the vehicle easier? Pics would be great. i am used to getting into my 2500hd with the factory side steps so I figured this would be pretty similar I just can not find a trail boss at the dealer with side steps to try it out. Thanks
  2. Sorry if this is already discussed somewhere, but for whatever reason, this site only lets me see the topic titles, not the actual posts or discussions. I have a 2022 GMC 2500HD Denali crew cab with power retractable assist steps. It’s only got 3K miles on it. At about 1500 miles, I started getting an intermittent problem where the assist step on the passenger side would deploy when the door was opened and then retract on its own right away with the door still open. It was intermittent and hard to get it to repeat on demand. Since then, it has increased some in frequency and now includes the driver’s side. I have taken video of it happening. But it’s still not enough to guarantee a GM mechanic can get it to repeat when I need it to to get it fixed. Bit is sure sucks when someone goes to step out of the cab and is expecting a step to be there and it’s not. Would be even worse if the thing closed quickly on someone’s foot unexpectedly. The only correlation I can see so far is that it has happened after it has been driven for a little while (not from a cold start) and it has been hot here in Las Vegas. Perhaps heat affecting the controller or sensors? Has anyone else seen or heard of this problem? Thanks in advance. FullSizeRender.MOV
  3. I’m looking for everyone’s opinion on running boards. Looking to get some for a 2019 trail boss. What has everyone put on their trail boss or trucks and what do people recommend? Looking for any sort of review I have one set that I have been looking at specifically. https://accessories.chevrolet.com/product/crew-cab-sport-step-assist-steps-in-black-with-silverado-script-84742421?year=2019&make=Chevrolet&model=Silverado 1500&modelId=491&body=Crew Cab Pickup&bodyId=22&wheel=Short Box&wheelId=651&trim=LT Trail Boss&trimId=5101&drive=4WD&driveId=8&engine=5.3L V8 GAS&engineId=2059&bodyNumDoors=5&categoryId=12062 Has anyone put these on and what do they think of them? Are they slippery in the winter when there is snow? if anyone has pictures of their trail boss with running boards I would like to see them. Would be nice to get something that keeps the mean look of the trail boss.
  4. For Sale: OEM GM Crew Cab 4-inch Round Step Bars Black (Factory Installed) - $300 (Atlanta Metro Area - Southeast) Designed specifically for T1 2019 or 2020+ Chevy Silverado 1500 Crew Cabs (Assume they would work for 2019+ GMC Sierra 1500 as well, but not sure) Chevy Accessories has them listed at $750: https://accessories.chevrolet.com/product/crew-cab-4-inch-round-assist-steps-in-black-84011355?year=2020&make=Chevrolet&model=Silverado 1500&modelId=491&body=Crew Cab Pickup&bodyId=22&wheel=Short Box&wheelId=651&trim=Custom&trimId=125&drive=4WD&driveId=8&engine=5.3L V8 GAS&engineId=2059&bodyNumDoors=5&categoryId=12062 The dealer sticker had them listed at $795. I am asking $300. They are in excellent condition and have never been off road or abused. Reason for sale: I'm looking to transition to AMP power steps. I'm in the north Atlanta suburbs and would be willing to travel up to 150 miles to meet up. Would really prefer to avoid trying to ship these things, but willing to discuss options. Thanks!
  5. I am selling a BRAND NEW, unopened set of the Factory GM side steps for the new Silverado/Sierra. They are the 6" Chrome rectangular steps, part number 22805440. They fit the 2014-2015 Silverado and Sierra 1500, 2500, and 3500 Double Cabs. I wound up with them as an extra set when I bought my truck new. They were a "dealer installed option" that the dealer "forgot" to install. I hadn't looked at the window sticker which was folded in an envelope when I picked the truck up, so I didn't realize the truck was supposed to have them... (plus a chrome exhaust tip and center console divider.... $1000 worth of options they "forgot" to put on!!!) Anyways... a few weeks after picking the truck up I happened to pull the window sticker out to look at and realized the mistake. Unfortunately for me I had already ordered and installed a set of Lund steps from Amazon, and because the GM steps were "ordered with the truck" I got stuck with them. So, they're 100% brand new, I've attached pictures of them in the box that I took today after going back to the dealer to pick them up. I'm not going to open them for the time being in case I need to ship them, but I've attached a stock photo as well. I paid $750 for these through the dealer. I'd like to get $650/bro
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