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    Re: Lion Motoring

    I went to school at any ivy league college and I don't remember any students with 100k cars/SUV's. The truck is nice if you need a truck with less storage space than a small car.

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    Hold on my man. This Escalade did not lose any of that, because it did not have any of that to start with. It did not have a navigation screen from the factory. All of this work was done to an Escalade without navigation.

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    Factory Navigation pretty much plugs right in. Im not disting the truck, I just think that it looks to blah on the center stack now. Maybe put Lion Motoring there or something I dont know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcvone View Post
    I went to school at any ivy league college and I don't remember any students with 100k cars/SUV's. The truck is nice if you need a truck with less storage space than a small car.
    Oh, I agree with you completely. It is now a 4-seater Escalade. A price to pay, but worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05 Cadillac Escalade View Post
    Oh, I agree with you completely. It is now a 4-seater Escalade. A price to pay, but worth it.

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    I take my 3 row seats out and put them in one of my bedrooms until I trade the truck in, that is the next time they are in the truck, but I use my truck for work, so I have a 4 seat Escalade too, but of course without the pile of speaker and amps in the rear.

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    Re: Lion Motoring

    I agree mallettv not really feelin that center console, just my 2 cents

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    Re: Lion Motoring

    I like the truck. I don't want to beat a dead horse but I don't like the center console. How do the 26's handle? Is there any rub or fitment issues? Good job overall though!

    RLTW

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    Quote Originally Posted by RANGER 66 View Post
    I like the truck. I don't want to beat a dead horse but I don't like the center console. How do the 26's handle? Is there any rub or fitment issues? Good job overall though!

    RLTW
    Believe it or not, the 26's on the Escalade drive nicer than the 22's I currently have on my 2005. I drove another 2007 Escalade today, this one an ESV on 26's, and once again, felt better than my 2005 on 22's. The center console, well, I don't know, but I think it looks cool. No rubbing issues. All we had to do was cut a tiny slice in the plastic surrounding the wheels and tuck a piece of plastic back. That solved all rubbing issues. It really is awesome. I will post some more pictures after the STRUT package and the tv's are installed.

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