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  1. These are 1 month old all-weather liners from the 2020 Tahoe in black color. Genuine GM OEM products offer precise fit and high quality finish. We have traded the car for 22 and did not get to use the liners. They cover first and second row. I was told they fit 2015-2020 Tahoes and Yukons and even Escalades First row- GM part # 84185470 Second row - GM part # 23237406 My price is $90 + actual shipping. I have paid $260 for them. My loss is your gain. Tahoe, Suburban, Yukon
  2. Has anyone ever removed their liners and inspected the wells' steel several years after being installed? My concern is, since the liner is not chemically bonded to the steel (eg undercoated, bed-coated, etc), there could be pockets of moisture trapped between the backside of the liner and the well steel, that never really evaporates. I would think this collected moisture could pose a real problem, especially at weld points. I understand that the liners themselves will protect the surface of the factory painted wells from being compromised from stones, etc., but what about small pinholes or shallow coatings that might exist in the factory paint (especially at welds). My '19 LD came with front liners, and I'm looking for some feedback for my rears.
  3. Hello Everyone, I'm installing wheel well liners on Blanco. Ill make a very basic video on the installation, sound before and after.
  4. If you need any accessories, would love to help. We have couple of toys for you at www.eTruckGear.com and offer honest service (with 100 % positive Amazon feedback we try hard to be there for the customer) Stop by and take a look. We have front liners for 2017 Acadia and many more items to accessorize.
  5. Who has got them? Please post your type, size, pictures (if you have any) and most importantly; your thoughts about them- looks, function, value, longevity, paint to match vs. matte or bedliner finish. I’ve got a 2015 Silverado High Country 1500. It sometimes looks like this: Because I live here:
  6. In the marketing for some nice floor liners for my 2014 gmc double cab. Anyone in the dallas area have any for sale?
  7. Searched the forum and did not find any threads on this topic: Porous wheel well liners. I have a 2014 Silverado WT (rear wheel well liners were not included in the base price so I purchased a set of OEM's from the dealership and installed them myself). They are made of a woven/spun plastic material that feels like really stff felt, is porous and holds onto road grime, salt, mud, you name it, wonderfully. When I wash the truck the black road grime/gunk keeps weeping/wicking out of these liners to no end. Has any one else noticed this and then why would GM design liners that are not solid? is there a remedy other than pulling them out and possibly sealing them (black paint or an undercoating)? Or should I just leave well enough alone and just try to keep the wheel wells and inner panels flushed out? Our City road crews apply salt at a pounds per square foot rate. I can only guess how long till the body panels rust thru (sooner than later?). I try to flush as much as I can behind the front and rear liners but you can only do so much. Is this a five or less year truck? Knock on wood my frame has not shown the rust like others have posted.
  8. Just upgraded the a new 2014 Sierra, so these won't fit! They're in perfect condition!! Will fit 2007-2013 Extended cab trucks only! Brand new -- $199 plus shipping Asking $150 shipped to lower US! PM me or Call/Text 423-4OO-9626
  9. I am so excited to be starting this thread. Why....? Because this means I finally have my new truck. It has been such a long process but I am glad I got just what I wanted. I ordered a 2014 Sierra Crew Cab All Terrain in Iridium Metallic. I ordered this truck with the 5.3L because of how quiet they are. This truck is mostly loaded. I opted for no sunroof and no driver alert package. I think it has every other option. I have several mods that'll be installed so I'll use this thread to share the progress and answer an questions. Here is post one with some stock images.
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