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Old 01-15-2016, 05:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Are certificates still available for New GMC Trucks?

Does GM still allow certificates and does anyone have one to give? Brought my last one in 2006 and its time to buy a new one.


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Old 02-22-2016, 11:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 03-16-2016, 10:43 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I can give out GM discounts to friends but it's most likely not worth much. I did it befor to members on here back when it was actually a discount. They would get 9% off for friends.
I don't even use my GM discount no more when buying a new vehicle. It's only 8.3% off and I get a better discount not using it. They always ask me if I work for GM or relative and I say NO.
Not like the old days when we got 15% off price and 18% all options. I would get $8000 off back then. A lot of people who wanted one we would order or buy one, drive it for six months as required for us and resell to who ever and make a few thousand. That's why they stopped that. I did that about 30 times. Then they came out with GMO order and GMS stock witch still wasn't to bad of discount about 12% off. Now it's not worth using.
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Old 05-31-2016, 11:18 PM   #4 (permalink)
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My supplier discount is useless . Got a better deal with online pricing than my discount.
1994 Chevy C3500 6.5L NV4500 ,Outrider by Unique Conversion.Dually club # 1077, DE exhaust, Pressure Referenced Wastegate, LED upgrade in progress, In cab Dorman PMD, optical sensor filter removed ( shocked when i saw it was in there). LP Relay mod. Ate a valve, 117,900 Miles. RIP Engine #1,now 2016 GEP Optimizer powered and QuadStar tuned.
1995 GMC C1500 non turbo 6.5L 4L60E xVDOT truck. High Idle mod. Grey PMD on a FSD sync #9 resistor. Vaccum pump removed. No more EGR. Air intake opened up. 3 inch exaust on a high flow muffler. New push rods, Rockers arms at 246k. Was over10,000ths wear on the rocker arms.1998 style High Flow oil pump installed. Spins tires with little throttle again. 6.2 Injectors.Back running 80mph @ 21mpg. All this and now it won't roll black smoke at all. Just acts like a rocket ship 2004 Leather bucket seats from a Tahoe installed. That was a engineering fiasco glad that's over. Dorman PMD now, Grey one died. Tried number 5 resister again went back to a 9 just a dog with out it.OPS sensor rewired to remove load , fuel pump totally rewired as well. Now QuadStar tuned.
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