drill out the rivets, that's the right way to do it. However you will have two holes in your front bumper to cover up.
Great video, that's exactly the slack I am experiencing. I am surprised that GM F'd up such simple/common component. I wonder if we can get lucky with a good shaft replacement, or if all replacements are faulty. It would be kind of unbelievable to think all HD's are experiencing this issue after 5k miles or so.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I recently transitioned to my first diesel. It is so smooth and tows really well. But I think a large part of that is the 10 speed transmission. I have not had to deal with any issues yet, so we'll see how I feel in the future. But for now, I'm sold on diesel.
I'm looking into some chrome deletes for my 2020 2500 denali. I'm hoping I can just order some AT4 parts that have things blacked out already, versus painting what I have. Or just order them and paint them so I can keep the stock chrome pieces. I'm having a hell of a time finding the part numbers for the two pieces in the attached picture. 1. Lower Grill Surround thingy 2. Hood Nose thingy Can anybody advise on the proper names or part numbers for these?
I have a Denali 2500 and there is just too much chrome. I was planning to remove a few of the chrome pieces surrounding the grill and lights, and color match them to Onyx Black. I've been researching body paint, and found the color code is WA8555. I can buy it in a spray can here: https://www.amazon.com/SEM-19423-Factory-Pack-GM-BLACK-12/dp/B004JX055O I was thinking: etch/prime WA8555 spray can 2k clear coat spray can If I follow the instructions, would something like this last equivalent to the rest of the paint on the truck? I'm
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