Yes, you need new door harness' but yes.
I would not get into another lease with money down on top of everything. I am in a similar boat as you, have a 2017, basically the same as yours, but my lease is not up for another 17 months. At that time the buyout is around $25k. I plan on buying it then, and if I could have afforded it at the time, I would have bought it from the beginning. Leasing worked for me, as I got what I think was a pretty good deal, $315/month tax included and 0 drive off, and was not ready to commit to a larger payment to buy. If you can afford to finance the $28k, and the truck has not had many issues for you, I say go for it. Unless you can find a similar truck in your area for sale for less, then maybe consider walking away and buying something else.
Thanks for the quick response, I will let you know if I end up moving along with it.
@pgamboa I have a 2017 Silverado 1500 LT Double Cab All Star, with DL8 mirrors, and I would like to upgrade to DPN towing mirrors. Am I correct that I would only need the new mirrors and each sides new harness, but not the RZY harness? I read your first post, and looked at the provided dropbox links, but the model years stop at 2016. Thanks in advance.
I have these, in 255/70/17 and I paid $129/ea in Oct. 2017. Overall I like them, but now in my second winter they are slipping a bit in 2wd during rain and light snow. Not enough to worry me, but more than they did just last season. I am still pretty confident in them, but maybe they wear quicker than a more expensive tire. In heavy snow and auto 4wd or 4hi they are great.
I mounted it on the bed face below the tailgate. It was a little difficult to get into position, I even dropped it behind the bumper for a minute. I eventually got it where I wanted it, and peeled the backing off slowly and pushed it down across the width of the opening. Overall it came out great, but I'm not sure how well it will stick if it is cold where you live. Might be overkill, but here is the spot where its supposed to go. Don't mount it too high or low so that the bumper or tailgate cover the leds.
Without looking at mine, I assume this is normal, although yours does look a bit jagged at first glance. I watched some youtube vids of cabin filter replacements and it looks like they all had the notch. I could be wrong though.
One of the amazon reviewers on both the light bar and the harness mentioned this way of doing it, it was much easier than messing with factory wiring. There are 4 white wires that go between the male and female 7 pin connectors on the curt harness, the one that is coming from right in the middle of one connector, and going to the middle of the other, is the wire you need to splice into to get the reverse feature to work.
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