Believe it or not, they are just covers. MGP caliper covers. I love them. It stops almost all the brake dust from getting on the wheels. You can definately tell from close up that they are covers, but I bought them to stop the brake dust. Ive had them on for about a year and a half. I never really even have to wipe them off. They still look brand new. I have a set of SSBC 8 piston calipers on my Excursion that cost me over $2k. They stop suoer well for a truck that weighs 8300 lbs and has 37's on it. But the powder coat is dingy after a long time.
If you find a panel at a junkyard that is in perfect condition, whats the issue. I just swapped out my chevy dash cluster with a Denali cluster. The truck had 49k on it when it was wrecked. Heck, brand new trucks get wrecked and stolen everyday. Heres my truck. Its a 14 ltz ccsb 4x4 5.3 with 88k on it now. Would you mind having a part off if it if fit your truck if you saw this wrecked in a junkyard?
Hopefully this helps. The rear is the exact same but there is no screw behind the trim under the window switch. So you dont take that off. Also, i never lift off the panel. I pull it straight out towards me. That way you dont mess with the clips. You just push the panel in towards the door.
If you dont want to spend the $289 for a brand new door panel, you should visit your local junk yard for one. The labor is really easy to do. If you cant get one at a junk yard, its either live with it, or buy a new panel. I mean, its a $50k truck, with a $289 door panel.
RACERX7775 replied to GTPprix's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsHmm. That just seems fishy. They never made one that shows 200 MPH. Take a screenshot and post the pick for us.
Well, my truck has 87600 miles on it now. So i think thats average hours. Whenever i sell it and swap it back, itll be like having low hours. Unless its stored somewhere in the ecm, but not displayed. I have a snap-on verus scanner. Ill have to hook it up and check.
I was lucky enough that another great member on here with a sierra wanted the blue. We made arrangements to remove the radio screen with controls, hvac controls, headlight switch, and 4x4 switch from both of our trucks. Then ship them to each other, via ups 2nd day air. So the cost to do the mod for me was $57 for the shipping. You can remove everything and still drive the truck. Everything still worked via steering wheel controls. Except the hvac. But i set it to 75 and auto. So when i unplugged it, it stayed on that setting. I still have the blue ORL headlight switch because I want to see if someone has a red one for sale, or someone wants to trade blue for a red one. Thats the only way to do it. The cluster still shows Intellilink when started. And i lost my engine hours. Chris said that info is inside the cluster and cant be transferred. Same with the Intellilink logo. But, when i get rid of the truck, the denali cluster will come out and stock cluster back in.
Well, thanks to WAMS, I got my cluster today and installed it. There is a couple things... I lost my trip info. It has the trip info from the original truck the cluster came out of. Which i wish I really had. I reset it all the day I bought it. So trip B had totals from the day I bought it. Trip A was weelky fill ups and mpg's. I also lost my engine hours. Dont know how that happened. I do like the nav screen showing the map though. Now I just have to get the RED ORL switch.
I know its just my OPINION, but who the hell would spend $1500 on a grill like that.... Sorry, not me. But, I guess Its gotta sell or they wouldnt be making them though. Also, I wonder how much the actual light bar costs...
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