My Extang Trifecta from my 14 and 17 did not fit my 19. the width and length are fine, but the corners hung over in the rear, because the way the tail lights and corner curve sharper.
^^^ What he said, just add the words new body style. I would guess 19 legacy rims would not fit 19 new body style trucks. GM really screwed up with the 19 legacy, just sell them for what they are, left over 18s.
Mine goes in for the second time next week for weak AC on the drivers side. Last time it was 0.2kg low on Freon. Worked fine for a month, now it's failing again. I suspect there's a leak even though they pressure tested it. They said they should have put dye in last time, so hopefully they can see the leak this time. If not it'll be a recharge and dye, and wait for it to fail again.
I have the factory spray in liner, and the Chevy bed mat, and there's still about 1/2" play in the mat. It's not like it roles up the side because it's to big.
Just had my 2019 RST in yesterday for this drivers side was warm, passenger side was cold. Thought it was the dual climate mixer door, but that tested fine. Found out it was 0.2 kg low on coolant. Pressure tested it with no leaks, and refilled the system. it blew cold before about two weeks ago. I suspect there's a small leak somewhere.
It's the friction and weight from the cover. That's why I went away from my Extang Trifecta and into a Truxedo Lo Pro. The Lo Pro has no contact with the tailgate top. I've read elsewhere of guys lightly greasing the bottom of the cover to reduce the friction with the tailgate. You could also try to shim the back and re-tighten the clamps to raise the back side up a bit.
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