What did you do to your NNBS GMT900 Tahoe/Yukon Today?

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I always take mine to Firestone. They have a 1-time price and a lifetime price. The lifetime price at the one near me when I was last there a few weeks ago was $199 after replacing my steering rack. I didn't have to pay because I already had the lifetime alignment on the truck I took there from when I did the front suspension back in 2019.
I have a couple of Firestone shops near me. I'll give them a call later after work.
 

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You like them?

They were like $64 total w/shipping for front/rear, so a good value. They fit pretty well, and I assume would be perfect for stock tire sizes.

I had to remove the rear wheels to fit those flaps, but other than that they went on pretty easily.

I wish that they made mudflaps for the front of the rear wheelwell to prevent the salt spray from getting all along the rear edge of the doors.
 

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They were like $64 total w/shipping for front/rear, so a good value. They fit pretty well, and I assume would be perfect for stock tire sizes.

I had to remove the rear wheels to fit those flaps, but other than that they went on pretty easily.

I wish that they made mudflaps for the front of the rear wheelwell to prevent the salt spray from getting all along the rear edge of the doors.
Mine are en-route-should have on Wednesday and will get them installed over the weekend. Thanks for the info on your experience!!!
 

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Mine are en-route-should have on Wednesday and will get them installed over the weekend. Thanks for the info on your experience!!!

The only thing of note for me, was that the one pre-drilled hole on each of the rears was not going to align with the thread on the included clip (plastic push-pin to metal screw & clip), so I had to drill an extra hole on each side, but since they are new holes in plastic I'm not worried about rust.

I believe it was the 2nd hole down from the top of each rear flap.

It would have been a 30-40 minute (1 beer) job for all four corners if not for needing to remove the rear wheels.
 

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The only thing of note for me, was that the one pre-drilled hole on each of the rears was not going to align with the thread on the included clip (plastic push-pin to metal screw & clip), so I had to drill an extra hole on each side, but since they are new holes in plastic I'm not worried about rust.

I believe it was the 2nd hole down from the top of each rear flap.

It would have been a 30-40 minute (1 beer) job for all four corners if not for needing to remove the rear wheels.
so, 1 beer per side then! Will need to check the fridge for adequate "resources" to complete the job!! :drink_nl:
 

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My buddy casey's ex wife washed the hood of his black Yukon with a magic eraser. Unless you want a bunch of scratches in the paint, don't use a magic eraser on paint...
Why I said light pressure. It will remove the transferred paint
 

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The only thing of note for me, was that the one pre-drilled hole on each of the rears was not going to align with the thread on the included clip (plastic push-pin to metal screw & clip), so I had to drill an extra hole on each side, but since they are new holes in plastic I'm not worried about rust.

I believe it was the 2nd hole down from the top of each rear flap.

It would have been a 30-40 minute (1 beer) job for all four corners if not for needing to remove the rear wheels.

I was able to get in there with this but I know you are running larger tires.


so, 1 beer per side then! Will need to check the fridge for adequate "resources" to complete the job!! :drink_nl:


My man!! :beer::drunk:
 

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My buddy casey's ex wife washed the hood of his black Yukon with a magic eraser. Unless you want a bunch of scratches in the paint, don't use a magic eraser on paint...
I think her cousin must have been the prior owner of thethirdtwin. There's a ton of swirls on the hood. I'll probably get it wrapped if it bugs me too much.
 

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