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1 hour ago, Sierra Dan said:

Well, how did the Negotiating go ? 

 

Not worth it right now. I know the figures are different but I'm not ready to put down $15k+ to get a good monthly payment on my lease compared to the $5k I put on my 2017. They were willing to take my lease early...2017 GMC Sierra All Terrain with only 18k miles...but it wasn't worth the large down payment. I'll do it January 2020 when my lease ends. 

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Picked up my 2019 Chevy Silverado Trail Boss Custom Crew Cab 4.3 in Shawdow Grey on Saturday. Had the dealer swap my wheel/tire setup from my 2016 Silverado LT to my new 2019. Was very hesitant on how they would look coming from a black truck to a grey truck but I think it turned out good. Lots of accessories and mods to comes. Still think the front end needs just a hair of level to it. So far very happy with truck, it’s my first 4.3 but it still gets it pretty good.

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On 12/2/2018 at 11:21 PM, TXGREEK said:

 

Considering their aggressive look and excellent off-road capabilities, they’re very quite. I was running the KO2’s before the Nitto Ridge Grapplers and the Ridge Grapplers are actually quieter, much quieter than the KO2’s. I’m constantly getting compliments on them.

 

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What wheels are those? Fuel Maverick? Thanks

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Picked up my 2019 Chevy Silverado Trail Boss Custom Crew Cab 4.3 in Shawdow Grey on Saturday. Had the dealer swap my wheel/tire setup from my 2016 Silverado LT to my new 2019. Was very hesitant on how they would look coming from a black truck to a grey truck but I think it turned out good. Lots of accessories and mods to comes. Still think the front end needs just a hair of level to it. So far very happy with truck, it’s my first 4.3 but it still gets it pretty good.
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Looks great! I think a level will be a great look for it.

If I were to see those wheels on the shelf I don’t think I’d like them but they do look great on the truck, and I love the bronze. Congrats!
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13 hours ago, pianoman0123 said:

Truck looks awesome... Could you tell me how much you leveled it and what size tires those are... Thanks

 

On 2/18/2019 at 7:42 PM, Mbcorry said:

Just got her Saturday! Leveling kit, tires and wheels all done on this fine President’s day! Next up, black bow tie, tinted windows. 

 

 

 

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Were you able to get your tire pressures learned on those aftermarket wheels? If so, was there anything special you had to do? I haven't been able to find anyone who has the new software in their tire pressure tools to learn my tire pressures on my aftermarket wheels that are on my 2019, also if you were able to what tire pressure sensors do you have in those wheels? Please let me know, thanks!

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10 hours ago, jj_marshy said:

 

Were you able to get your tire pressures learned on those aftermarket wheels? If so, was there anything special you had to do? I haven't been able to find anyone who has the new software in their tire pressure tools to learn my tire pressures on my aftermarket wheels that are on my 2019, also if you were able to what tire pressure sensors do you have in those wheels? Please let me know, thanks!

Yes! No nothing special at all.  They were able to do it pretty easily!

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