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  1. I use this cargo bar(pretty sure that's it, got it at Walmart), the foot of it will fit under the swing case. Not sure how it would work keeping something real heavy in place, but worked great against my 5 gallon gas can. Thing seems pretty sturdy. https://www.amazon.com/Reese-Explore-1390600-Ratcheting-Cargo/dp/B01414B9HI/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=reese+bed+bar&qid=1579385708&sr=8-1 Literally my only gripes with the box are that it covers one of tie down rings in the bed, and blocks some light from one of the bed mounted cargo lights. Not deal breakers for me, unless I had two boxes and it was that way on both sides.
  2. I've had one for about a year now. Absolutely love it, especially with the lack of storage these trucks have really. I think mine has the metal latch and has never rattled that I can hear except if it's not fully latched (user error). One of those things I don't know how I lived without before haha, hoping the tonneau cover I just put on ends up being the same way.
  3. Thanks! Will look into this as well. Update to the update : Got new relays in (only $20) and once again one headlight went out and then later both. Back to the drawing board Monday. Thanks for the input tho guys no doubt the relays ballasts would’ve eventually became issues, the relays in there were cheapies
  4. No I did not buy from that site, would love to pick his brain though lol and no worries on the ballasts, I got them at a discount since I’ve had so much trouble and I can tell they are beefier for sure. It must be the polarity issues that customer service keepers harping about I’ll have to get more information. Just very frustrating, according to them it’s only an issue with them on gm trucks, if I’d have known I would’ve done something different!
  5. Update: Got the Hylux ballasts, put them in a couple days ago. Hadn't driven it at night until tonight, and it has the same issues. One headlight out, then both. At my wits end with them, anyone else have any ideas? Ballasts are not near anything hot in engine bay. I'm even open to other light set ups people have that they like, if I can't get them to work I'm getting refunded.
  6. Awesome thanks so much for the advice, definitely a bad feeling having them go out while going down the road! The site I bought from sells the hylux ballasts, going to try to get them to send me some free or at least discounted bc I spent extra to get the 50w morimoto ballasts with my kit. If not I’ll go through the site you mentioned.
  7. Thanks for the replies guys. Going back to stock isn't really an option for me. Awesome, I'm assuming they will work with the morimoto bulbs? Customer service keeps telling me to test polarity throughout the wiring harness but I'm done spending time and money on it, already sent the whole system in once for them to test while I bought factory headlight caps to keep water out the lens while they were gone.
  8. I have a 2014 sierra with the Morimoto HID kit (50w ballasts 5500k bulbs). Worked flawlessly for nearly a year and now the driver side headlight goes out intermittently. It will go out and then usually I have to restart the truck (cycling headlights on/off won't work) to get it to come back on only for it to go out again randomly. Ballasts don't seem to be getting hot, customer support says to check the polarity while truck is in drive but issue still happens while in park. Ground is tight to battery and where it grounds on the truck, and it's a good ground with no paint. I also have the anti flicker part installed. Sorry if this has been discussed before search didn't come up with anything. Headlights are fantastic when working right
  9. Knightfall forgot to ask, did you have your speedo recalibrated after switching?
  10. Thanks for the help! Which tire are you running? Love the way mine rides and hearing tires rub make me cringe so I'm hesitant to change haha
  11. Guys that are running 275/60/20 on stock suspension, did your fuel mileage decrease or remain the same? How's the ride vs stock? I know there is only a 1" difference between the this tire and factory, but I would think fuel mileage would slightly decrease in stop and go driving. I am getting Yokohama ATs in either this size or the factory 275/55/20 on factory all terrain wheels, so I'm hoping there would be no rub whatsoever as I don't really want to level it. Thanks.
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