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  1. Hmm. Am looking for something for drying after a wash so may try the Chemical Guys or Griots Garage. Ceramic Pro's seems pretty pricey. Thanks!
  2. Hmm. May have to get some more mitts and try that. Another advantage for me would be having to drag only one bucket around the truck.
  3. Shade's an issue for me too, especially on long hot summer days in TX!
  4. Front and Rear Fender Flare Set in Black Part No. 84007564 https://accessories.chevrolet.com/product/2018/Chevrolet/Silverado 1500/front-and-rear-fender-flare-set-in-black-84007564?categoryId=12133
  5. The Chevy flares widen the look of the truck so you’d probably want a wider stance on your wheels as well. I changed to a +1 offset.
  6. I’m liking the slight rake with the 2”.
  7. Me too! Doesn’t provide as much light as I thought it would.
  8. I use their Natural Shine product on my tires. Gives them a new tire look that isn’t glossy. And it’s good for a couple of washes. Their tire dressing applicator does a good job but starts to crumble and leave bits on the tire after 4 or 5 uses. Using Adams Car Shampoo for now but my ceramic coat guy recommends Meguiar’s Gold Class car wash shampoo. So I’ll probably give that a try when I run out of Adams. 303 Aerospace Marine/Recreational Protectant revives my tonneau cover and is usually good for a couple washes too. Invisible Glass applied and buffed with some Rag Company microfibers finishes the job.
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