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  1. These will fit the 2018 GMC Sierra front and back bumpers? If so I will take them. I didn't see anything for the front bumpers on a 2018 on their website. Thanks Edit: Looks like the back are for 2014-2018 and the front are for 2014-2015.
  2. So the shop near me also does the Prismatic Powder. They have Dirty White. in your pictures it looks really close. Would you go with that color again or pick another? How did you know to go with that specific white? There's a lot to choose from lol
  3. No joke. Looks like I'll be figuring out how to remove said bumper and finding a powder coating place. Thanks man!
  4. Tyler, That looks good man. What did it cost you to get it powder coated? Also did you have to remove the bumper? Thanks for sharing man!
  5. Just spoke with the owner of Ecological about their 2016-2018 Front Bumpershellz. Basically, they stated it has been in work and they can't give me a time frame of when they will be available for purchase. The 14-15 front bumpershellz took about 2 and a half years for production so I wouldn't hold your breath if you are looking at doing something in the near future. If I hear anything else I will let everyone know!
  6. Hey man, unfortunately I haven't. I have been searching for weeks and it seems like the only option so far for our year models is to find a vinyl that is "close" to the color of your truck and get it wrapped. Cheapest anyway. Could always fork over a grand and get it painted but I am not that interested in wasting money like that lol.
  7. Donstar, haven't seen this bumper you speak of. Do you know where you would order/look at these parts? I did a Google search and all I could find was the SCA website and they just relay you over to a dealership for inventory for a vehicle. Didn't know if you knew somewhere to order parts specifically. Thanks man!
  8. Funny that you posted this. I found these this morning and have been researching them. It seems they make a lot for the Fords but I can't seem to find anything on our year GMC's besides for the rear bumper. The search continues! Edit: Found the website... Here is the link if anyone else is looking to purchase these.... https://www.ecoological.com/gmc-bumper-covers.html ... Thanks again man!
  9. Honestly, I had never seen one period. Then I purchased it and 2 show up at my work. My luck lol
  10. Thanks Jim! It's a 2018 Sierra SLT with the Blackwidow package. Basically, it adds the TruFab lift,tires/wheels,running boards,fender flares, exhaust, tune, and some lighting effects. Don't look up the MSRP it's something stupid. I got this from a dealer I know back home for 47 out the door with less than 4XXX on it last year. It was his and he was trading it back in for a 2500 for the hauling capabilities.
  11. Yeah I know what you are talking about. It's a website that states that they can color match OEM paint from the dealerships, I think it's called ColorXLabs. However, for a 5x10 roll of Vinyl it's like $900. If that was with install I'd consider it but that's a crazy price to pay.
  12. Hey guys, so for about 3 days now and countless hours I have been sifting through numerous posts about wrapping the front and rear bumpers on my 18. However, I have yet to see anyone actually come back with a great match for the white trucks. I have the GAZ color code for Summit White/Olympic White. I have found "VViViD White High Gloss Realistic Paint-Like Microfinish Vinyl Wrap Roll XPO Air Release Technology" and the "Avery SW900-101-O GLOSS WHITE" vinyls but have also read that they don't match very well. Any input would be great! Thank you!
  13. I have a 2018 1500 and mine was one of the wheel speed sensors. When they installed the lift on my truck they routed the wires wrong for the front left sensor, so they rubbed up and caused them to short out intermittently as I drove around. Noticed it more if I would hit a pot hole or something similar in the road.
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