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UncleBabyBilly

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Looong time Silverado owner. Just picked up our first TB for our family truck. 2024 LT with 6.2L. Already added the RC HD2 boards and waiting on Pace Edwards Ultragrove cover. Likely swap out badges and hooks for all black as well.

So far my initial impressions are love the truck. The sounds system needs some help, maybe a subwoofer and I’m gonna miss the cooled seats and parking sensors from the LTZ we just traded. Hopefully the wife can park without running into everything!
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Don't let her drive it, lol
HAHA. That would be nice but since we are in the process of buying a wheel chair vehicle for our son as well, our vehicles are pretty much community vehicles depending on who needs the wheel chair vehicle that day.
 
HAHA. That would be nice but since we are in the process of buying a wheel chair vehicle for our son as well, our vehicles are pretty much community vehicles depending on who needs the wheel chair vehicle that day.
One of the coolest wheelchair accessible vehicles I ever saw was a GMC Sierra crew cab. The whole drivers side panel with both front and rear door would open upwards like a DeLorean. The wheelchair was sitting in a flat floor lift and placed the wheelchair in the driver's position. He had hand controls for acceleration and braking. The truck was also lifted. The lift mechanism made sitting behind him impossible, but he could still fit 3 passengers total. This was at a little league in Virginia I use to be part of. He was the father of a softball player. When he was there to watch his daughter play he'd leave the lift lowered to the ground and the side panel open. With everything closed you'd never know a wheelchair lift was in the vehicle.
 
One of the coolest wheelchair accessible vehicles I ever saw was a GMC Sierra crew cab. The whole drivers side panel with both front and rear door would open upwards like a DeLorean. The wheelchair was sitting in a flat floor lift and placed the wheelchair in the driver's position. He had hand controls for acceleration and braking. The truck was also lifted. The lift mechanism made sitting behind him impossible, but he could still fit 3 passengers total. This was at a little league in Virginia I use to be part of. He was the father of a softball player. When he was there to watch his daughter play he'd leave the lift lowered to the ground and the side panel open. With everything closed you'd never know a wheelchair lift was in the vehicle.
Yeah there is a company called ATC that does those conversions. Did a lot of research on it and decided the less moving parts the better. Going with a rear entry suv with manual ramp and automatic lock downs.
 

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