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bobbobtar

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  1. This is what I use I don't have to worry about jack stands https://www.walmart.com/ip/RhinoGear-11909ABMI-RhinoRamps-Vehicle-Ramp-Pair-12-000lb-GVW-Capacity/19526658
  2. Update, it was a blown fuse, dealer replaced it under warranty.
  3. Has anyone had this problem right turn signal does not work on a trailer when plug into the seven pin plug, works on the truck and the left works, tried three different trailers same thing. Going to the dealer 6/11
  4. I also have the AVS Aeroskin II realy like the installation, no clips 3M tape.
  5. If I'm not mistaken the dealer needs to program the BCM so it sees the fog lights.
  6. I bought from bdtrims and went with black with red trim and domed letters.
  7. Had a local audio shop do the install, no amp JL 650 speakers
  8. I do not have the Bose, I've also heard that I'ts hard to upgrade. I had a Bose stereo in a '16 LTZ sounded ok.
  9. My 2020 Silverado LT 3.0L Z71 did not come with a Tonneau cover or side steps, but I did add a hard Tonneau cover and GM side steps after the sale. The audio speakers leave alot to be desired I went with JL Audio front to back and sound deadening in all the doors, thought I might need a sub but with the JL's not sure I will need one. I would recommend it for any vehicle that updates their audio systems not much additional work since you will have the door panels off already. Sound quality is greatly improved over the stock speakers. Don't forget the speakers up on the dash.
  10. My 2020 Silverado LT 3.0L Z71 did not come with a Tonneau cover or side steps, but I did add a hard Tonneau cover and GM side steps after the sale. The audio speakers leave alot to be desired I went with JL Audio front to back and sound deadening in all the doors, thought I might need a sub but with the JL's not sure I will need one.
  11. Remember, it's your hard earned money you're spending so don't give the Dealer any more than you have to.
  12. As soon as it gets above 60 degrees in the garage I'll put them on.
  13. Why not get a rear shackle lowering kit and drop it 1 1/2 to 2" should not affect the ride at all?
  14. I paid $225 for mine installed myself dealer programed $35
  15. The Federal Reserve on Monday went to near zero on the interest rate. This should get interesting.
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