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  1. The one that came with my High Country didn't have the hole for the camera so I cut one in it. The dealer did replace it under warranty with a new cover that has the camera hole in it but I don't have a picture of it. The one in the picture is the cover that I cut the hole in, it's not a terrible looking cover and it seems to look a little better than the GMC covers. I will say it's easier to put on and take off than some of the older models.
  2. Every 3500HD High Country that I looked at had 20" wheels.....
  3. I only really wanted the basic remote start app plan so I pushed the blue onstar button and was prepared to haggle with them. I talked to a customer service guy and told him I thought $15 per month was too much for the basic remote plan. Without hesitation he instantly dropped it to $7.00 per month for one year, he said it will automatically go back to the $15 rate after the year is up. He said when that happens just contact onstar again and they will lower it back to the $7.00. I can live with that...
  4. Sorry to hear you're having issues Scot as these things never pop up at a good time, that would make my head explode if that would've happened to me in that situation. I've had 4 different Duramax trucks over the last 12 years and all of them had the exhaust after treatment systems on them. I feel lucky as the only real issue that I've had is my 2008 and my 2015 would put off a burning oil smell in the cab when they would regen. On both trucks the dealership replaced the downpipe and the problem went away. My new 2020 and my 2018 L5P trucks have both worked without any issues so far, I can always tell when it's in regen mode because the exhaust has a hot burning smell to it and the RPM's are a little higher at idle speed but other than that it goes undetected. I have yet to see any codes or messages that say cleaning the exhaust filter keep driving, is that message something new and where does that message come up at? Good luck on getting it resolved!
  5. Not sure if you found a truck yet but here's a 2020 GMC Denali 3500HD in Fremont Nebraska https://www.siddillonbuickgmc.com/VehicleSearchResults?year=2020&make=GMC&model=Sierra 3500HD
  6. I used a 3-7/8" for the large center hole and a 3-1/2" on the smaller holes. I drilled them from the top, on my 2018 the factory put small dimples in the bed for the hole locations which made it pretty simple.
  7. I found an extra cap that I had for the smaller holes but I can't find any info on the larger center cap. I traded that truck in on a 2020 so I can't look at the center plug. Attached are pictures of the smaller plug. I'm sure the local dealership could help you out with them.
  8. I ordered mine from the local GM dealership, I wasn't sure what the part number was but they were able to pull it up and order them for me.
  9. Would you be able to post some more pictures as I would like to see how far they stick out from the fender well?
  10. Truck looks great with that wheel and tire combo! How do those tires compare to the factory tires in terms of ride and road noise?
  11. I installed the hard folding cover made by Rev that's available through the GM accessories, I got it using the business choice rewards when I bought my new truck. Probably would've ordered a Bakflip if it wasn't for the business choice rewards, it installed easy and it appears to be pretty solid. There were a few gaps in the front corners that I had to put some weather strip in but other than that it seals up pretty nice.
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