Living in a province that doesn’t require a front license plate has its benefits. The front of the truck looks so much better without the bracket. I had to cut the plastic rivets from the back. It left some small holes that were easily covered by some plastic plugs.
The day I took it for a test drive and the day I got it home. The roads were messy when I drove it so forgive me for the picture of a dirty truck. I think that’s the last time it’s ever been dirty.
I’ve been procrastinating and I figured it was time to post my build. As the title would indicate, I bought a ‘18 Centennial Edition Silverado 6.2 in Apr ‘18. Over the past year and a half I’ve done a few things to the truck which include: Interior Weathertech Floor Mats GM Rear under seat storage Driver side A-pillar handle DoD 360 dash cam Exterior GM 4 inch black tubular side steps Rev Industries hard folding tonneau cover Husky Liners Mud guards Lund Aeroskin black bug deflector Weather in-channel vent visors 17 inch Bridgestone Blizzak winter tires mounted on GM rims Suspension Rough Country 2 inch leveling kit. Engine/Exhaust K&N Cold Air Intake GM Borla Exhaust with black chrome tips Planned 20 inch Fuel Assault wheels Toyo Open Country A/T II tires
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I meant the coverage for the Weathertechs in the driver area was better than the GM mats. I should have included that. I haven’t seen the Huskys in person. The Weathertechs I got from kijiji were a good deal which is why I got them. I would agree if your’e buying new, go with what the others are saying.
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