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Jason23

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  1. Sorry, handles and mirror caps are sold. I appreciate it, but I have acquired the chrome trim.
  2. Hey all, I am just wrapping up my footwell lighting and have come to a point where I'm unsure how to proceed. I have my power wire t-tapped to the grey/grey wire in the BCM and the ground attached to a bolt that attaches to the body just below the BCM. I've run all my wire and lights to their positions and they light up as they should. The question I have is how do I handle the power and ground "pigtails" coming off the the opposite side of the last light in the line. Can they just be capped or do I need to ground the ground as I did the initial ground? What about the hot wire? Thanks for any input! Jason
  3. I have some OEM take off pieces for sale. Parts came off a 2017 Silverado. - Front grille mounted bowtie in standard gold w/ chrome trim - all tabs intact - Tailgate mounted bowtie in same color scheme - All four body side molding trim pieces for a double cab in summit white The tailgate bowtie and molding pieces have some tape residue from removal and would need new tape for reinstall. All pieces in very good condition. Make me an offer if interested!
  4. Hey all! I'm looking to add some footwell lighting to my '17 Silverado. I plan to tap into the grey dome circuit which I think I have a pretty good understanding of how to do. I am looking to color match the light to my domes as best as possible. So for my questions: What size wire tap will I need? What lights did you guys who have done this use (links if convenient - hoping to keep it under $40)? Where and how did you mount the actual pods/strips under dash/seats (I have a double cab)? How did you hide wires running to backseat (I do not have full console)? Thanks for any thoughts and ideas! Jason
  5. I did already make the trade. Hopefully you'll find a partner on here. Good luck.
  6. Wondering if anyone has any chrome double cab body side molding take offs that they are looking to unload. I am looking to add some chrome to my color matched summit white truck. Reply or PM with any interest. Thanks!
  7. Unfortunately, I do not believe the handles are compatible with the new body style trucks. Congrats on a really sweet truck though!
  8. Here is an attempt at a close up. When I zoom tightly on the pic, it looks to me like the vast majority of the scratch is surface with a spot or two where it may be a bit deeper.
  9. Looking to sell a few takeoffs from my 2017 Silverado. All items are the original GM OEM parts that came with the truck new. I've described items as best as I can and will add pics for visual reference. -4 Summit White Door Handles - $260 Shipped *SOLD* 3 of 4 are in like new condition. One shows some light wear in the form of light scratches (it was on the driver's door) -L and R Summit White Mirror Caps - $100 Shipped *SOLD* All tabs fully intact. There is small rock chip on each of the caps. Very small and only noticeable if inspecting close up. -Dashboard Cluster Visor Hard, Black - $40 Shipped This is the hard style (no stitching). No blemishes that I can see. I am looking for chrome side door molding for a double cab. Would be willing to discuss trade possibilities depending on condition. Reply and or PM with any interest. Thanks!
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