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Old 04-26-2006, 09:15 AM
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Running Board Part Numbers?

Can you give me the running board part number for the GM boards you put on the SS? Are they gray only or can you get black also? I would like the part number for the molded flaps from GM that some of you are using. My dealer is painting the SS today so I need to tell him what boards and flaps I want.

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Old 04-26-2006, 01:41 PM
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The Chev. dealer found a set for me that are black and have a chrome trim along the leading edge. They are available for the Envoy or TrailBlazer. I think they should look nice. Now we'll see if GM will pay for them.
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Old 04-26-2006, 03:25 PM
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I would like to see some pics when you get them installed
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Old 04-26-2006, 03:32 PM
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What size bolts they use? I got my nerf bars last summer but lost the bolts. I'm going to go to a AutoZone tommorrow so i would like to know what size bolts i need. (The one that u bolt on to the piece that are next to the rocker panels on the inside of the frame)
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Old 05-02-2006, 08:19 AM
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My Chevy Dealer finished up the SS yesterday. Freshly painted rock chip area, black GM running boards with a chrome edge, 4 mud flaps. They did a great job! I think the SS looks better with the running boards than it did without them. I'm glad they located the black GM boards for me. Total bill was $686.00 and warranty picked up all of it.

I think Chevrolet went above and beyond with this TSB. Maybe thats why I just ordered a 07 Suburban!

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My Chevy Dealer finished up the SS yesterday. Freshly painted rock chip area, black GM running boards with a chrome edge, 4 mud flaps. They did a great job! I think the SS looks better with the running boards than it did without them. I'm glad they located the black GM boards for me. Total bill was $686.00 and warranty picked up all of it.

I think Chevrolet went above and beyond with this TSB. Maybe thats why I just ordered a 07 Suburban!

Leonard
Sounds like GM did you right

Now, how about some pics of the SS with the running boards. I'm sure other SS owners are curious.
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Old 05-02-2006, 09:48 AM
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My Chevy Dealer finished up the SS yesterday. Freshly painted rock chip area, black GM running boards with a chrome edge, 4 mud flaps. They did a great job! I think the SS looks better with the running boards than it did without them. I'm glad they located the black GM boards for me. Total bill was $686.00 and warranty picked up all of it.

I think Chevrolet went above and beyond with this TSB. Maybe thats why I just ordered a 07 Suburban!

Leonard
Did they use the boards that come with the Rainer
If you can get a picture posted would love to see them.
Thanks
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Old 05-02-2006, 10:39 AM
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My Chevy Dealer finished up the SS yesterday. Freshly painted rock chip area, black GM running boards with a chrome edge, 4 mud flaps. They did a great job! I think the SS looks better with the running boards than it did without them. I'm glad they located the black GM boards for me. Total bill was $686.00 and warranty picked up all of it.

I think Chevrolet went above and beyond with this TSB. Maybe thats why I just ordered a 07 Suburban!

Leonard
To clarify, the total bill was $686.00 for the running boards and flaps. Chevrolet also paid the bill to repaint the doors and rockers. They really tried to please on this one!!
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Pics please
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Old 05-04-2006, 12:29 AM
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Leonard were do you live. I live in NW ohio and nobody will do the running board they will only do the 3m crap.
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