Yes, it's pretty simple and straight forward once you crawl under it and look. I did the same thing - painted the chrome black. There are clips all the way around. I used a trim tool to get it started and it went pretty smooth after that. I also had to drill out two rivets that were holding the license plate frame on and used small bolts to put it back on.
Is there really an issue with tire chain/cable use with these trucks? Or is it more of GM passing the liability off? Obviously if a chain or cable breaks it could wreak havoc, but if it's used properly I don't see why there would be an issue... I'm of the opinion of not needing them, but unfortunately my state requires all vehicles (AWD and 4WD included) to have chains and use them when advised.
I got this and have been very happy with it: NEW 2019 Rugged Geek RG1000 INTELLIBOOST 1000A Portable Auto Jump Starter and Power Supply with LCD Display. USB Laptop Charging. Emergency Auto Jump Box for Cars, Trucks, SUVs, and Motorbikes (Currently has a $20 off coupon on Amazon)
I was deciding between the same two and ended up going with the Coopers based on price, good feedback from family members that run them, more load range options, and being USA-made. So far I have no complaints.
It’s really as easy as popping the old one off and bolting in the new one with the supplied bolts. Make sure the bottom is aligned correctly with the dash speaker cover first and the top will fall into place.
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