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MeanGreen1911

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  1. Man that looks good. I appreciate the info. The panels on my rear doors are a little longer. I will do some measuring before ordering.
  2. I have a cheap one from Amazon like in your picture and it works great. I think it was $12-15.
  3. Awesome. If you don't mind me asking, how much material did you purchase and where from? Do you have a crew cab?
  4. That looks really nice. What material did you use? I have looked into some dark brown/grey wood grain 3M Di-Noc to wrap my wood trim in. I can decide if I can make it look nice. I won't be satisfied unless it looks as good as yours.
  5. I get a video without sound when I click your link...
  6. This is what I am leaning towards for my truck. I will need a different part number, I'm sure, since mine is a 5.3.
  7. Thanks for the info. I was hoping it would open out over my tailgate some and not just parallel to the tailgate.
  8. I am wanting one of these but I am curious of a few things... Can you mount it any height? I am thinking I want mine mounted pretty high (right under my bed cover). Does it swing out to 90* then stop or will it swing out over the tailgate? To mount it higher, it would need to do this so I can open the top when my bed cover is on.
  9. I will second this. The ONLY way to debadge. The wheel also makes quick work of decals and pinstripes.
  10. Get you a bulb type syphon hose from Harbor Freight and syphon the old out. Then you can change fluid types whenever you need to. I think those contraptions are $4-5. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I crossed 80k miles today. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. It never dawned on me that the range being unplugged would have caused that situation. If I can save someone a second trip to the inspection shop then my job is done here. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. I have seen that when you unplug the device it will cause your ecm to show three to four “not ready” parameters that an emissions test looks for. I had to leave mine unplugged and drive for a few days then go back to the state inspection station because of this. If you have a range and also have state emissions testing that plugs into your obd2 port keep this in mind. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. My cheese is Plastidip on my GMC badges to see what they would look like black. I love it and since it can be removed if I ever get tire if it I can peel it. Forgot to take a picture. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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