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

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After being parked for almost three weeks, I took it to bring a friend and her daughter to Walmart. Along the way, I went through the car wash twice to really clean it and to entertain her daughter. Needed fuel so I stopped for about 12 gallons of E85. We finally made it to Walmart and took our time. I grabbed a few things while I was there. Had a spirited drive to drop them off then enjoyed a chill drive home with the windows cracked to let this 64° weather in. It'll probably stay parked until next Friday.
 

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After being parked for almost three weeks, I took it to bring a friend and her daughter to Walmart. Along the way, I went through the car wash twice to really clean it and to entertain her daughter. Needed fuel so I stopped for about 12 gallons of E85. We finally made it to Walmart and took our time. I grabbed a few things while I was there. Had a spirited drive to drop them off then enjoyed a chill drive home with the windows cracked to let this 64° weather in. It'll probably stay parked until next Friday.
Probably felt great to stretch its legs
 

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Probably felt great to stretch its legs

It did! I've been in a rental for work all week- a '21 F250 crew cab. It rides like a wagon and hops all over the road when it's rough because the suspension is so stiff. I now have a greater appreciation for the relative comfort, flat handling and response of my Tahoe.
 

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It did! I've been in a rental for work all week- a '21 F250 crew cab. It rides like a wagon and hops all over the road when it's rough because the suspension is so stiff. I now have a greater appreciation for the relative comfort, flat handling and response of my Tahoe.
They really do have a predictable and comfortable ride! My comparison is my 2-door wrangler which is also excellent at helping me appreciate the ride of my Tahoe!
 

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I did what someone did a few pages back, installed a full set of the Husky Mud/Splash Guards today. What a pain in the ass, having to pull the rear wheels off, but I got it done.

That was me. Rears definitely a bit annoying. But worth it. Definitely doesn’t get filthy as quickly and should help keep stones from attacking the paint.
 

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