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Do you have to go thru GM finance to get those points? My dealer spoke nothing of anything related to GM points.

Edit: Nope, any purchase type qualifies for it. :favorites37:
Might have to be sure you establish your My GMC account, but you will get it for sure...if it doesn't credit, you just need to call GM, they will make it right.
 

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Might have to be sure you establish your My GMC account, but you will get it for sure...if it doesn't credit, you just need to call GM, they will make it right.
Yeah, I tried to enroll from within my GM account and was getting an error (in multiple browsers), so I just call them. They submitted a Support Ticket to tier 2 to get my AT4 enrolled and points added.
 

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Check out TuxMat they are from Canada but are priced similar to WeatherTech though much better materials/quality IMHO
 

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Bought WeatherTech for the '16 Hoe and they were initially good, but after about a year they started to re-shape themselves, almost like they had a mind of their own. Since then I have tried TuxMat and they have stayed true to there form, fit perfectly and look premium always. That said, those are in my other SUV VW Atlas. But I will get them for my 2022 Yukon too.
 

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Jumping in on this convo. Just ordered all three rows and the cargo area for my '22 Tahoe. Cargo and 3rd row shipped immediately. Any other experiences with backorder timelines? Still been about a month for you all?
 

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I am normally a WeatherTech guy but for the 22 Z71 dealer made a decent deal on the full interior package so it was a even trade out. The 21 Premier trade in got the W/T and the 22 Z71 got the GM all weather suite…..driver, passenger, 2nd third row and cargo area. I had the cargo area sliding cover from the 21 Premier That transferred over.

Simply put I would stay with WeatherTech but for me the GM‘s included in the deal, so not a major loss.…Free is Free
 

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Based on recommendations here, I ordered and received Husky Xact Fit for front and second row. Installed fronts yesterday. Husky Weatherbeater for 3rd row and cargo mat for 3rd row folded down are on the way... My first experience with Husky.
I don't like how they sorta cover the pretty Denali door sill emblem. Either do or don't cover it! There's an indent that appears to be a "cut here" line in case you want the emblem to show. Not sure if that is what it's for. Calling Husky today to ask.
Some wavy-ness on edges on initial install but I'm guessing that will sort itself out in time. The feel of the material is nice.
 

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Here’s a pro tip, don’t ever cut your mats yourself unless you are a dead expert. They just look like they’ve been butchered Otherwise.
I personally didn’t care that the Huskies covered part of the name, it also eliminated about 75% of the foot scuffs on that plate while getting in. If you’re using them year-round, the more coverage the better.
 

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Here’s a pro tip, don’t ever cut your mats yourself unless you are a dead expert. They just look like they’ve been butchered Otherwise.
I personally didn’t care that the Huskies covered part of the name, it also eliminated about 75% of the foot scuffs on that plate while getting in. If you’re using them year-round, the more coverage the better.
I'm definitely NOT planning on cutting them. Just seems like a poor aesthetic design choice to partially cover the way they are. I can see benefit of protection from foot scuffs. I'd like to say I'm generally careful about my footing but I can't speak for the rest of the family. :)
 

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