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magstar67

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About magstar67

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    Missouri
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  • Drives
    2018 Sierra HD All Terrain 6.6
  • Interests
    Whitetail Deer hunting & Classic Mustangs and Corvettes

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  1. Thanks for the responses, I wondered about a relay too but wasn’t sure how that would work since there are only the two wires. Would I use one relay or two? I’m not knowledgeable on the technology or terminology but I assume that neither is a standard ground wire on the tailgate circuit, I haven’t actually checked it. I did finally get a call back from lock manufacturer and they are supposed to be researching it but it again has been several days with no response so I’m not hopeful on that end. Their instructions give you specific wires to tap into inside the cab but the newest truck listed is a 2011, way before the trucks had factory remote tailgates.
  2. I have an ‘18 Sierra with the factory tailgate electric lock, my Leer camper shell has a Pop & Lock on it and I wired it into the two wires that operate the factory tailgate lock solenoid. After doing this the camper shell locks with the remote but the tailgate does not, if I unhook the camper lock then the tailgate will work correctly again. With the camper lock hooked up, the tailgate lock does try to lock but doesn’t seem to have enough power to cycle the lock. I have been trying to get assistance from Pop & Lock for over a month now and they are completely incompetent when it comes to customer service follow up, almost the absolute worst I’ve ever experienced! Any advice? TIA http://www.popandlock.net/Truck_Cap_Lock/Cap_Leer/Cap_100XL?product_id=113
  3. I just installed the Pop & Lock on the latch for my Leer camper shell and tapped into the wiring at the back of the truck for the OEM power lock/unlock in the tailgate. It works great but now my tailgate lock won’t work. It makes noise but doesn’t seem to have enough juice to completely cycle. I can unhook one of the Pop & Lock wires to disable it and tailgate functions as designed. Any advice/suggestions? TIA
  4. (4) Brand new take off OEM 18” wheels and tire package with TPMS sensors. Tires are Michelin LTX A/T 2’s (LT265/70R18). $1500 OBO. Located in central Missouri.
  5. I’m trying to sell this set of new take offs from my 2018 Sierra 2500 All Terrain and trying to figure out if there is a Chevrolet cap that interchanges with them? I’ve tried one from an 18” and a 20” and those particular two didn’t work. Would also be interested in an aftermarket that has no logo on it as well. I’ve seen those but haven’t found one yet for this wheel. TIA.
  6. Brand new set of (4) Michelin LTX A/T2 LT265/70r18 tires mounted to OEM chrome wheels with center caps, TPMS sensors and lugnuts. Ready to bolt on. $1600. Located in central Missouri. Serious Reasonable offers considered.
  7. If you were anywhere close to Missouri I’d buy this today!
  8. Bought this truck Friday and would like to get different wheels and tires but want to sell these beforehand. Has Michelin tires, truck has 110 miles on it as of today but will keep going up. Located in central Missouri. I will have to keep my TPMS sensors. $1500. Will consider serious offers.
  9. 1.75" BORA wheel spacers

    Sorry they were sold.
  10. WTB Add Leaf for Silverado 1500

    I have an add a leaf setup that I never installed because I sold the truck. The leafs themselves are from ebay from a vendor I've used multiple times with no issues. I will also include a set of new GM (4)ubolts and (8)nuts I had bought too as well as the hardware that comes with the leafs. I've read you should replace them instead of reusing your existing so that was my plan. The GM ubolts are $16/ea and nuts are $1.63 each. I originally installed the Zone add a leafs but didn't like them because they didn't add any payload capacity and squeaked because they didn't have the anti squeak pads like these do. I ended up selling my truck before I hit them installed. I'd sell everything shipped for $150. It's all brand new never used.
  11. 1.75" BORA wheel spacers

    PRICE DROP...$195 shipped to lower 48
  12. 1.75" BORA wheel spacers

    No thanks, you could buy the set and then sell the two extra though! Thanks for checking though.
  13. Stock wheels on lifted trucks!

    Good point! I forgot that some GM wheels have that pocket that will let you use wheel spacers less than 1.25", my 20's did not have the pockets.
  14. Stock wheels on lifted trucks!

    1.75" is the minimum on GM trucks to not have to cut studs. As I recall with my tire size of 275/60r20 and my Bushwacker Flares my tires were flush with the flare and stuck out with the Flares obviously but not much, my Flares only extended .75" I think.
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