Enjoy! :nerd:Post your Summit White 2015+ Colorados & Canyons...
I love seeing other trucks that are the same color as mine so I can get better ideas on what I want to do.
I've used my truck for 172,xxx miles over the last 11 years. It's probably been offroad 10 (yes 10) of those miles. I make no apologies for that.love to see pictures of people actually using the truck. most are city trucks that will never see a dirt road.
edit: especially the Canyons...
So the protective film as you will obviously notice is on the front side of the rear wheel well. Its there so that when your front tires inevitably spit up rocks it deflects them from the paint and just hits the plastic trim. This was also on my 2011 Silverado, and I'm sure if you check out many other trucks they have it as well. It's essentially protecting the most damaged part of the truck from damaging it. (You would be surprised how many rocks hit that spot on a regular basis)Got ours yesterday. Took a trip to the Superstitions.
Does everyone have this thing on the sides of the truck just to front bottom of the truck bed? It looks like a giant sticker. For the most part it's invisible but as dirt builds around the edge of it it sticks out quite a bit. I assume it's for some missing upgrade or something.