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Good magazine with alot of parts
Go there and order a magazine you will get one like every month or 2.
Last sunday my bedrail cap halfway came off so i thought what a good time to retape it down. Cleaned all the old tape off (damn dealership when they put it back on used a few pieces of new tape and left the original) then cleaned with alcohol (not beer) and reapplied new tape. Really sticks now. Amazing how when you take 30 min and do it right how much better of a job i could do than the body shop that had to fix it when my truck was fixed.
....I know..better than 4-HI....but it does grunt a little bit when in auto and turning...
...bed rail caps won't wear sides like an over the rail drop in liner.......I had a liner with OTR....and it wore the paint big time.....but never did rust in 12 years......
the liner itself is massive and what causes the rails parts to move so much.......bed rail caps alone won't do that...
I have Stainless rail caps with 3M tape...and they haven't budged a bit.....they also have locker rails (tubes on rails) for additional support...
Rear end view of LT285 BFG's
Front Drivers and Passeneger side windows tinted
Many more pics at
For the $500 certificate, I went to GMC.com and clicked on "Brochure" at the top of the page, and asked for brochures on Sierra and Silverado trucks. The brochures came in the mail, and the certificate came by email a few weeks later. The certificate wasn't advertised, it was a complete surprise. GM TV commercials here in California advertise the $2500 or low apr, I thought that was nationwide, but maybe its just regional.
Gator, you got a great deal, wish I'd been at the Truck Show for that certificate.
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