What did you do to your OBS GMT400 Tahoe/Yukon Today?

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Haha! If I don’t trust the backseaters to play with an ashtray, I definitely don’t want a .380 for them to mess with. Lol
That is why it is called a "hidey hole". Or tell anyone in the back seats to keep their hands off the covers, dammit!

Or, just leave the ashtrays there and whoever sits there can light up.
 

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Gmt800 jump seat and cloth 98 bonneville buckets in my rcsb. Had to hammer/bend the center console bracket to match the floor. Drilled some holes and bolted it in with grade 8 hardware just like the seats.

See before bench.
 

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Was finally able to get my negative battery cable replaced. The Tahoe fired right up and the charging system seems to be doing a little better now. Side benefit, the windows move a lot quicker than before
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Well fellas, I've reached the end of the road with FrankenBetty. I couldn't do the commute in the hubby's '12 Sierra and the ac went out again on Betty, so I pulled the trigger on a 16 Buick Encore. I'll either sell her or eventually work on her but she is not a daily anymore
That sux. You guys def made an enormous effort of it. She came a long way from when you 1st dragged her home. I applaud you. Hopefully instead of selling her you'll be able to put her to the side and tinker with her every so often. I'm sure if you decide to sell her, no one will show her the love that you showed her--or even invest the time that you have. This is why I decided to give my GN to my son. He loves the car and I've had since he was 5--he's 30 now. Hopefully he'll keep it a long time. Alot of times it becomes more then "Just a car".
Good luck in whatever you decide to do with her. It was a good run!
 

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That sux. You guys def made an enormous effort of it. She came a long way from when you 1st dragged her home. I applaud you. Hopefully instead of selling her you'll be able to put her to the side and tinker with her every so often. I'm sure if you decide to sell her, no one will show her the love that you showed her--or even invest the time that you have. This is why I decided to give my GN to my son. He loves the car and I've had since he was 5--he's 30 now. Hopefully he'll keep it a long time. Alot of times it becomes more then "Just a car".
Good luck in whatever you decide to do with her. It was a good run!
Thanks Tony! I am going to keep her and tinker some more. She was a labor of love and we had a blast with her.
 

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