I bought OEM lights from one of the discount GM parts stores online. I paid more than what aftermarket lights cost but I figure that’s what came from the factory so they should be good. I put a bead of clear silicom between the lights and roof when I installed them. Never had any issues with water leaks or burnt out LEDs.
The connector is supposed to plug into a spot on the passenger side fuse panel. Some trucks have pin 3 powered (with headlights on) and some don’t. Mine didn’t so I had to find another source of power to turn on the marker lights. This is is what I did. btw I’m the OP who did this install....
I have a 2018 Silverado 2500 HD LTZ Duramax. The truck is pretty much fully loaded and I don’t like the center console. The 1500 truck I used to own had the front bench seat; actually two buckets with a center seat that the back can fold down to be a arm rest/console. Has anyone converted the center console to the front “bench” seat? I would like to make the conversion but am wondering what’s involved and are the parts just a bolt on? Any link to anyone that has done it too would be appreciated. Thanks
I’m in Ontario and I just bought a set of BF Goodrich KO2’s. Never drove them in the snow with my 2500 Duramax but I had them in a Jeep Cherokee and they worked as good as any “winter” tire I’ve tried in the past; Michelin X-Ice and Hankook I-Pike
The only thing I haul now is a 3000 lb fishing boat and ocassionally I may have the back loaded up with firewood. I drive conservatively and don’t corner hard. So from what you’re saying I should be ok.
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I have a brand new 2018 Silverado 2500 HD that has the factory Goodyear SR-A all season tires (load range E). I have the opportunity to buy a set of brand new BF Goodrich All Terrain KO2’s at a real good price. However they are a load range C tire. I don’t tow or carry any heavy loads often so would these load range C tires be OK to use on my truck ? Load range C tires (KO2’s) are rated for 2755lbs. Load tange E tires (KO2’s) are rated for 3195 lbs.
I have a brand new 2018 Silverado 2500 HD that has the factory Goodyear SR-A all season tires (load range E). I have the opportunity to buy a set of brand new BF Goodrich All Terrain KO2’s at a real good price. However they are a load range C tire. I don’t tow or carry any heavy loads so would these load range C tires be OK to use on my truck ? Load range C tires (KO2’s) are rated for 2755lbs. Load tange E tires (KO2’s) are rated for 3195 lbs.
I just bought a set of “PYQ” 17x7.5 wheels, including wheel covers and tire pressure sensors, for $300. My intentions are to use these wheels with a set of tires, yet to be determined, as a dedicated winter wheel/tire combo. My problem is I notice the wheel covers have plastic wheel but covers that look like they’re supposed to be threaded on to the actual wheel nuts. I didn’t get any wheel nuts with the wheels when I bought them so I need to buy 32 wheel nuts that will allow the plastic caps to thread on to them. Does anyone know a GM part number, have a picture of what the nuts I’m looking for actually look like, or possible have a e-Bay link.
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