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Rough country 2" leveling kit, 1" taller blocks in rear, 265/60/20r falken rocky Mountain tires, gm mud flaps, hids high and low beam, Truxedo lo Pro qt tonneau cover, magnaflow dual exhaust, range v8

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Picked up mine today after waiting 2 days for the dealer to tint the windows, spray in a bedliner, clear bra the front end, and install the Katzkin leather seats. I'm pretty impressed with how quiet this truck is - similar to my wife's BMW 7 series. Visibility is pretty good, switchgear is pretty ergonomic, and the steering feels tight without any wandering or poor on-center feel. Did find 2 flaws - a rusted trim fastener, and pitting of the chrome on the edge of the front bumper

 

Pros- nice ride, quiet, good steering, impressive interior, voice control works well, fuel economy is way better than my 01 6.0 without much trade-off of power, 6 speaker non-Bose is actually decent in sound quality (helps that the interior has little background noise), rear corner steps and hand holds work very well, love having a overhead grab handle on the driver's side

 

Cons- key fobs feel like Cracker Jack toys (SLE) - the SLT key fobs feel more substantial, hard to reach seat controls due to limited space

 

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fresh wash and nano wax

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Katzkin leather seats

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corroded fastener vs good fastener

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pitting in the chrome front bumper

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I have been shopping trucks for months and it came down to the Tundra or GMC. The GMC with it's many unique options, great looks, and value won out for me. Located this one a few hours from me and pulled the trigger last night. SLT DC 4X4 Z71, loving it so far! Many thanks to members on this forum for the information, reviews, and pictures posted that helped me decide.

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My two week old sierra all terrain. So far only tinted front windows and added flowmaster 40 series dual catback.

 

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my new addition, tradded in my 2007 NBS with 6l for this. i LOVE this truck.

 

it has running boards, the bow tie fiberglass mud flaps, gm hard tanneu and spray in box liner.

 

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my first mod since i got it

 

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