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  1. If you’re getting a discount, get the pro! You’ll thank yourself. It’s nice material, more secure with dual locks and looks quite a bit better. I’ve had both and I’ll never own one that isn’t metal again.
  2. 2017 sierra wiring question

    I don’t have an answer, but I’d like to see the set up! Post some pics please! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Tonneau Covers

    I can answer that. It’s a friction lock except at the tailgate. It is locked into place at the tailgate. Roll-n-lock does lock in 4 spots, not friction style. That’s a good point. But I want to make sure that when it’s close at the tailgate and locked, it not friction, it’s locked securely.
  4. Tonneau Covers

    I have a Retrax pro. I love it! I was expensive but I will buy another one when I get a new truck. I found mine on Craigslist and it was the plastic one. I could never get it to line up closed properly or roll smoothly. I sent a video to Retrax and they offered a warranty replacement for cost. Then they offered to upgrade me to pro for cost. I did it because the pro is aluminum, it locks on both sides instead of only one and it is a great cover. I have owned a roll-n-lock as well and it is a great too as well! I had that one from 03-16 and had zero issues. Based on the customer service alone the Retrax pro gets my vote. Either are excellent for a lockable trustworthy solution. Just know that with any of the canister style tops, you’re losing bed space.
  5. I tried that in my 16 CCSB LT and it still went into to 4. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Infotainment center

    Is it the wireless charging symbol?
  7. 2016 - 18 Silverado Raptor Grille

    Here’s a thread where a guy bought some lights and wires it up. Looks pretty good on the grill if you’re just after the light. Thought I’d share. $5 DIY Raptor Style Grille Lights https://r.tapatalk.com/shareLink?share_fid=33003&share_tid=219781&url=https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/index.php?/topic/219781-%245-DIY-Raptor-Style-Grille-Lights&share_type=t

    Why not try and Plastidip them? If it goes horribly wrong, just peel it off? It’s like $10. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I didn’t splice wires with mine. I bought an adaptor that gave me an additional 4 pin plug. It’s the best solution I’ve seen. Curt Manufacturing 55384 Trailer... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0009FJ38Q?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
  10. My head unit only adjusts brightness when the headlights are on. 2016 LT CC.
  11. Factory remote start

    I had a Viper on my 99 Silverado and it was great. Also came with an option to add a cellular option. If you pay a yearly fee($70 annually), less than the $15 per month Chevy charges, you can lock/unlock, start, etc from your smartphone. I think it was about $300. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Putco tail gate light bar

    Jaychevy81 is correct. It doesn’t read any trailer is attached. And this allows you to connect behind the bumper, so you can hid the connection, as well as adds another 4 pin so you don’t lose that connection on the bumper. It’s the best solution I’ve seen for these light bars. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Puddle light wire?

    I would connect it to the dome light in the BCM just to make sure it’s not a wiring issue on the LED side. Then you can start wondering about the truck itself. Does your truck have the puddle lights in the mirrors? If not, I’m unaware if that connection would get power at all. PGamboa would know. I just don’t.
  14. Putco tail gate light bar

    Only thing left to do is show off the finished product!

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