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  1. Only get to drive it a couple months a year in Cleveland.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 20” polished aluminum. Think they come on the 2019+ LTZ w/ Z71 package.
  8. Doubt it, do you plan on buying it when the lease ends?
  9. https://www.wheel-size.com/size/chevrolet/silverado-1500/2017/
  10. dealer installed accessories basically. start the video at 1:25
  11. Probably a decent price for your area, couldnt find anything cheap on cars.com within 100 miles of 10001 zip code. Good luck.
  12. 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.
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