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  1. Quick question for those of you who've had your K2XX Silverado for a bit: I've only had my 2017 LT Z71 for a couple of months, but it only had 788 miles when I purchased in December 2018. The truck is still clean as a whistle, so I'm just posting this question as a pro-active measure. I noticed the inner fender well lining appears to be a black material, almost reminiscent of indoor/outdoor carpet. I like the look of the material, and I assume Chevy used that texture to help mitigate road noise in the cab. However, it does cause me to wonder if the material has a tendency to hold moisture more so than, say a spray-on rubber based coating. I've noticed after washing my truck, the material does seem to dry pretty effectively, but hard to tell what moisture may be trapped behind it or around the edges. Has anybody seen any indication of rusting behind or around the fender well lining material? Thanks in advance for sending any information my way!
  2. I know where to find these retail and on eBay. I've had good fortune here with the guys in buying things used. I'm looking for Color matched, Silver Ice Metallic Pocketed Fender flares. These things are NOT inexpensive that's for sure. Anyone looking to unload a set at all?? I have a set of like new (take offs) chrome running boards to trade.... Thanks!!
  3. OK so i have looked all around on sites to see if i could find something. i'm looking for a fender trim. i want something identicle to the stainless one that putco makes for the 2012 silverado but would like it in black because i have a silver truck and like the black trim pieces a little better has anyone came across something like this. i know i have seen them on trucks driving down the road but cant seem to hunt them down online if anyone is wondering what im talkng about it i posted the link for the stainless ones below but like i said looking for them in black http://www.putco.com/products.cfm?action=ProductView&id=9ac29cbc-ffdb-a705-a0ee-1e09361f8fed thanks please help!
  4. I've seen this done on dually rear fenders but cant seem to find them for sale. any advise?
  5. Does anyone have a part number for the screws that secure the inner fender liner? Chassis Saver looks good after 3 months.
  6. Inner Fender Fastner

    From the album 14 GMC

    inner fender fastner
  7. Hi, we just got ours last night. Wondering if you can buy fender/wheel well protection for the rim of the fender/well? I have this on my GMC Sierra. Thanks to all in advance for any response.
  8. I picked up my 2014 Silverado 1500 with the 11,200 lbs max tow package. I must say I am very impressed with the thoughtfulness of this new design. I bought this truck to pull my 10,000lbs 5th wheel. I use a PullRite Super Glide 16k removable bed hitch. It tows the rig beautifully! I put in a set of Timbrens on the rear bump stops because I was about an inch too low on the rears. Other than some up-bounce that I think is inherent in all 5th will set ups, all other aspects work great! So here is the mystery. Since delivery of my truck in May 2014, I have noticed an ever increasing amount of dents and crinkles in the upper part of the driver side outer bed fender an inch or so below the rail cap. First one showed up, then two and now I have 10 dents and crinkles almost in a straight line along the top of the fender from front to rear. I brought it to the dealer's auto body guy as well as my own. Both concur that these dents are not from an outside force such as being hit with a ball or Frisbee. It is certainly not a shopping cart (too high on the fender). I admit I am at or very close to the payload and tow limits of the truck, But I am in no way over them. The way the 5th wheel hitch is mounted completely on the frame has it not touching the bed at all. The dealer thinks the hitch is mounted wrong or some other owner misuse is the culprit. But that is just silly. I had the hitch professionally installed. Besides, an improperly installed 5th wheel hitch would cause many more noticeable and dangerous issues than crinkling on the fender. The bed has never even been touched by the 5th wheel over hang. So it is not that. Could it be from towing? I have only towed the unit twice so far. Next week I go on a 2,500 mile trip. I guess we will see if the trailer is causing stress on the fender panel. Anyway, has anyone else experienced this? The 2014 Silverado 1500 is on the new design. While the frame is still the 2007 generation, the body has been almost completely redesigned. Maybe the engineers missed a stress calculation? Or, is the metal so fragile that even if I lean on it to reach over the bed rail, it will dent? This issue is more readily and clearly seen by eye. It is difficult to capture in a picture because of the Granite Blue Metallic color and the clean shine I have on it. But believe me, when I look into my driver side mirror, I can see the dents and ripples all along the top of the fender like it was cellulite! Any help demystifying this would be greatly appreciated. Like most Americans that love their truck, I have taken impeccable mechanical and aesthetic care. Whatever this is, it is not coming from the usual causalities of dents and crinkles in body metal.
  9. Hey guys.. Well I'm looking for a set of OEM fender flares for my 2015 Sierra Denali.. I know most of you have upgraded to aftermarket flares.. so I'm wondering if any of y'all are interested in selling me your OEM ones.. been searching online and there just so expensive.. thought I'd put it out there see if anybody's willing for a reasonable price. Preciate the time guys.
  10. This if for you guys that have oversized tires rubbing your fenders and want a little more than a zip tie, but less than norcal mod. I bought my 2014 silverado z71 ccsb used with a leveling kit and 18x9 -6 offset wheels. I just put on a set of cooper stt pro's in 275/70r18 and there was a slight rub in reverse at full lock. This NorTex mod aleviated that problem. I've got nothing against the guys that zip tie the lining back. My concern with it is that the slits in the lining may want to tear more than a hole would and the zip tie itself may saw through the lining over time. Here you go..... Find the closest point between the fender liner and the body mount bracket and clamp them together. Drill one 3/16 hole through fender liner and metal. Use a 3/16 x 1/4 grip rivet and a #6 washer. Put the washer on the rivet before inserting it into the drilled hole, then rivet it on. That should be enough to add about 3/4 inch or so of clearance. The plastic piece at the bottom and rear of the front fender was being rubbed as well. It was being hit on the top of the most inside corner. I didn't want the tire to rip it off and since it shouldn't be removed, because of how it's attached, I did some trimming. I cut a triangular piece off of the top, most inside corner. The cut line was about 1.5-2" long making a square triangle cut off. Here's the kicker. Bevel the cut edge with a razor blade. That way if there is anymore contact the tire won't have a square angle to catch onto and will have a better chance to slide over the plastic trim piece. The tools I used were; -Power drill with 1/8(pilot hole) & 3/16 bits -Vise grips -Flash light -flat razor blade -Hack saw blade (held by vise grips to get in flush on the plastic piece) -Rivet gun, rivets and washers There you have it. This took me about 30 minutes and I would caution you to watch for falling debris as you're under the fender. I hope this helps.
  11. I have a new never used never opened OEM AVS Bugflector model 23027. Make me an offer or trade.
  12. Hey guys I've been debating installing an nfab rsp bumper and some pocket flares on my all terrain...what do you guys think? I'm not sure if it'll look retarded or not since I've only got a level and 33's...lemme know what you think
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