I knew you were talking about the RC mount. My post was just saying there would be some way to mount a plate. If you can cut the crap out of the front of a truck to mount a winch, you can come up with a simple fix to mount a plate (-:
my last pic is with the license plate clipping onto the roller fairlead with conduit brackets
Grill is from zroadz https://zroadz.com/i-23903528-2016-2018-silverado-1500-zroadz-grille-black-2-pc-insert-incl-1-20-led-pn-z311281.html#!year%3D2018||make%3DCHEVROLET||model%3DSILVERADO 1500||submodel%3DLT
No experience with rough country plate, I do know that mine at 6 5/16x10 1/8 x 21 is tight. Just have to cut more stuff. I lost one lower bumper mount and slid tight to other one. Will the guy who built plate one this forum cut both mounts out with no problems of loose bumper.
As everyone has said. Turn it into Farmers and get it fixed and let them argue it out. Had something similar happen a few years ago and drove my truck for two weeks jacked up dealing with other ins co, then they denied to pay. I had a police citation written to other driver and they still declined paying. Turned into my ins and had it fixed immediately. Had to pay the deductible. Took State Farm just over a year to win the case and I got my deductible paid back to me. No increase in my insurance. Good luck.
If I remember there is a slide tab on it. Is that slid into it or setting on top of it pushing out.
I did the gm financing of 7% because I got $5k off and also didn't like there trade in on my tundra of $6k. I sold the tundra two weeks later for $10k and went to local credit union and refinanced it for 2.49. Never made one payment to GM. That 3 months is only for the dealers benefit to look good, no where in contract does it say you have to wait 3 months
I take back the "about the nicest I've seen", it is hands down the nicest job I've seen in a Silverado. I put about $5k into the last one in my tundra and couldn't go past 1/2 volume without getting a headache. This time was quick and cheap, and sounds good enough for a 53 yr old.
I went pretty simple. Came out of stock head into Alpine PXE processor, into alpine X-a90v 5 channel amp, changed out all speakers, and added JBL shallow sub. Nothing to big but sounds good. Started out with club 4505 amp which is in pic, but wanted a little more out of it. Everything we added is in the box under back seat. Racerx, yours must sound pretty good, about the nicest I've seen
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