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I have some left over items from my 2014 Sierra that I wanted to sell to make room in my garage. All prices are or best offer and do not include shipping.

 

-Complete 2014 Sierra 4WD double cab front strut and rear shock assemblies. Removed at 4200miles and have been boxed ever since. $500

 

-Brand new never installed read mud flaps w/red gmc lettering. This is an oem part. $40

 

-Factory air intake assembly with hoses. $100

 

-TonnoPro Tri-Fold hard tonneau cover. I purchased this for my 2016 Sierra CC and realized I prefer the BakFlip G2 that I had on my 14 DC. This will fit the 5'8 bed. Part number is HF-159. I purchased this new in May for $529. Will let it go for $450.

 

Again all prices are best offer and if local pick up doesnt occur will ship from 30813. Will upload pictures shortly.

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Also have a Volant CAI for sale for the 2014 and up 5.3l v8. Came off my wifes 2014 Sierra and was installed at just under 2k miles and was removed at a lil over 13k miles. Asking $200. Thanks.

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Bump.

 

Also have the stock 2014-15 SLE grille with black GMC emblem.

 

-Tonno Pro tonneau cover is now $400obo shipped

 

-Bakflip VP tonneau cover is $300obo shipped

 

-Suspension is $400obo shipped

 

Need this stuff gone ASAP.

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Also have the stock 2014-15 SLE grille with black GMC emblem.

-Tonno Pro tonneau cover is now $400obo shipped

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-Bakflip VP tonneau cover is $300obo shipped

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-Suspension is $200obo shipped

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Need this stuff gone ASAP.

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