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  1. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Genuine-GM-84147957-Driver-Side-Seat-Side-Cover-Cocoa-Brown-/274456079216 https://www.gmpartsgiant.com/parts-list/2017-chevrolet-silverado-1500_4wd/cab_and_body_parts_wipers_mirrors_doors_trim_seat_belts/driver_seat_bucket_cushion.html Prob gonna need a few diffrent trim parts from the list.
  2. Are you getting new wheels? You can't put a 275/60/r20 on your factory 22" rims. For winter, you want a skinny tire, and smaller diameter is always better. Find some take off stock rims, 17/18" and get some blizzaks.
  3. That isn't entirely correct. There are 3 bed lengths, but all 3 are available on Silverado 1500. Short Bed size: 69.92 or 5.8' Standard Bed size: 79.44 or 6.6' Long Bed size: 98.18 or 8' No difference in bed lengths becuase of a trim level, so their website is just incorrect. You could have a few different combos, but long bed doesn't come with any cab other than regular cab. Standard bed is normally paired with a double cab, but can be ordered with a crew cab. Short beds are on crew cabs only. Move up to HD's and you can have a long bed on any cab, and they remove the option for the short bed. Sorry to nitpick, but wanted to get it out there.
  4. https://www.chevrolet.com/how-to/memory-seats Is there a "seat entry memory" setting in your menu, that may be off? I don't personally have these features, but did some googling.
  5. No, he means the credit card reward points you build up making purchases on your GM credit card.
  6. I was able to fit 20" wheels and tires from a 2019 LTZ, (275/60/20), or 33's, onto my stock 2017. No level, no lift, and no rubbing. From the GMC website, the Denali 20's and all factory AT4 wheels/tires are the same size or smaller than these. So they should fit.
  7. I was afraid this might be your situation. Especially with an expensive high trim level truck. There probably won't be any reasonable way out for you, except keeping it til closer to lease end. Unless you can find someone willing to take on the payments. I'd put it up on leasetrader or swapalease, and see if you get any bites. Otherwise you'll have to decide just how bad you want to get rid of it. Best of luck.
  8. Not necessarily the easiest thing to do. Lease swaps are possible, but the person who takes it over usually has to have their credit approved with GM, like you did, and they aren't always approved. Also, depending on your current monthly payment, and buyout at the end, you may not attract as much interest as you'd hope. If you do get out of the lease early, expect to pay to do so. Either by giving $ towards the lease swap to sweeten the deal, or trading in the lease at a dealership and eating some ( or alot) of negative equity.
  9. Only get to drive it a couple months a year in Cleveland.
  10. I don’t have an HD, but I too recently had issues with “theft attempted” messages, my panic alarm going off randomly, and eventually “hood open” warnings in dash. Dealer replaced my hood latch and all went back to normal. The more I read on here, the more posts I saw about issues with the hood latch sensor, some people even we’re trying to bypass the sensor altogether.
  11. https://gatorcovers.com/p/gator-srx-roll-up-tonneau-cover/ I've had a few of these put on different trucks, never had any issues, and they are really affordable. I like this one specifically,since it has a single latch release, while some others you need to release both sides to open.
  12. 33's will fit fine. Not sure how much bigger, if any, you could go. I have a set of polished 20" wheels and tires from a new style silverado, and they fit without rubbing. They are 275/60/20.
  13. Not sure how it works, but here is the part with cheaper shipping. https://www.gmpartsnow.com/oem-parts/gm-filler-tube-12691785 Also read through this, seems pretty straight forward.
  14. https://www.realcarbontastic.com/product-page/2020-chevy-silverrado-custom-carbon-fiber-steering-wheel Not sure if they are legit, but this looks like it.
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