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  1. Same question on the one that is in the location of the factory radio. How’s the stock radio work? Or is it replaced? But cool that the center console ones can still be built. May have to look them up.
  2. Is the expected final hope on this to only be pass front? As there is only one motor in the pic there. Or is it going to be for the rears as well?
  3. My other vehicles are keyless. It is just nice to not have to turn the truck off for three minutes to jump out and do something then come back and turn it back on. Sometimes I have to do that multiple times. Never really thought about the turbo timer thing. But nifty idea since it is a diesel.
  4. Just saw the new video put out by Phil. Pretty cool stuff. Only thing I thing could be added is a function to keep the truck running with key removed. Just so keys can be taken and the truck can remain running without turning it off. I like the window up option and will be excited once the auto window function mentioned in the video gets debuted. Also so what gives on going back to the Silverado cluster? Sorry if answered elsewhere.
  5. Sweet. I most likely will be in as well. Family member had a Buick and I freaking loved the HUD.
  6. Is the visor and the hood the same thing here? Also anyone think there would be any issues with the listed HUD and an ‘18 model diesel? When I look up that part number, more times than not it stops at ‘17 in the descriptions. Regardless. I would probably be interested in the dash HUD visor or whatever it is called.
  7. I know this has been beat to death in other threads. But it would be nice if a fully loaded diesel could somehow utilize up fitter switches. Or at the very least upfitter slots in the fuse box as I haven’t seen a switch panel that has six switches for a fully loaded diesel.
  8. Finally. Someone has done it. Been wanting to see this one these trucks for years now. Interested once all the parts are ironed out.
  9. You guys aren’t kidding on the recirculating air thing. My old LML was at the dealer a few times for this and they gave me hogwash answers every time. So I have just dealt with it in my L5P.
  10. Kind or old thread. But did this a few months back. Just got rid of it for a diesel though. I removed the emblems. Then used 3M emblem press tape or something like that to put them back on. Lining up letters was a pita even with a template I made. I even wrapped the little red rings in the wheels. New color is the metallic brown. Stock color is the white diamond or pearl white or whatever they call it nowadays.
  11. Hey Guys!!! New to the GM-TRUCKS forum. Not new to the forum and gm world though. Cant seem to keep many of them long. Just picked up a 2015 Silverado 1500 LTZ. The 2014-present body style has been one of my favorites thus far. This is my second one of the same year. I have had a 2015 2500 Silverado High Country diesel. Have browsed and been a member of many other GM forums but this is the first that I have heard of this one. Phil can actually be thanked for that. I had come across one of his youtube videos and love what he is doing. I love factory style customization to no end. I am probably going to do all of his mods if possible for my year. Anywho, here is a picture of what I picked up. I had the thing for two hours and ordered a set of AMP steps and put them on already. However, after coming across Phil's videos I would really like to try and put the Denali steps in instead. This truck does not appear to have the same options in the fuse box as the '16's do, so not sure if it is a possibility. If it can be figured out then I may consider trading someone steps.
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