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  1. That is precisely the device. Do any of you have your receipt from getting this done at your dealer? I know the guy who owns this dealership, and I think that would help get him or his manager to act right. Or, if any of you know the technical description, that would help. Shoot, if you just tell me the dealer who treated you correctly, I'll call directly.
  2. 2016 Silverado LT I bought an external keypad to unlock my doors. I took it to the dealer to get it programmed, and they quoted me three+ hours of labor at over $300. Anyone got a better idea how to get this thing programmed? I don't mind shipping it to a better dealer or someone with the equipment.
  3. @SirenRed16 - I agree it's on there for a reason, but that reason very well may be decorative only. That is my question, and I was wondering if anyone had specific knowledge as to whether this trim serves a purpose beyond decoration.
  4. This video shows how to remove the piece I am describing: However, I am curious what issues I would have if I left the trim off.
  5. 16 Silverado LTZ. As y'all know, there is a little piece of trim at the bottom of the windows. On some trucks, it's black; on others chrome. I am referring to this: . Could I remove it altogether or is it more than decorative? I was asking because I'd like to remove them, take them to the body shop, and get them painted my body color (silver), but I didn't know if there would be trouble not having them on.
  6. Well, I don't meant that I want to buy an actual OEM tire or even replica. I just meant a wheel manufacturer who makes wheels that don't go too far in looking unique/aggressive/baller-esque.
  7. I have these rims on my silver 2016 Silverado: http://tinyurl.com/yccswfko WAY too chrome for me. I've looked for actual OEM replacement rims but cannot find any that I like that are 20" (I don't want to go down or up). What are some good wheel mfrs y'all recommend for me to find some OEM "style" wheels? By that, I mean that they aren't super intricate with all sorts of logos, fake rivets, etc.
  8. I don't have the luxury of getting to see what these look like or ride like side by side; that's why I'm asking y'all. Collective experience.
  9. I have these 20" wheels: https://is.gd/yu5HL7. Too much chrome. I like these wheels: https://is.gd/QvZB06. The only problem is that these are 18", so I'd be going down from 20". Should I care? A friend says I should stick with a 20" wheel to fill the wheel well, but I'll still be getting 285 or comparable tires. But, on the other hand, it does feel a little weird to be going from 20" to 18" which would normally be thought of as a downgrade. What do y'all think?
  10. I think I have settled on these because they are more defined as "five-spoke," aren't overly baller looking, no chrome, some black, aren't so clearly GMC wheels. https://is.gd/QvZB06 But, I suppose the only potential downside is that I'd be going have from 20" to 18". Am I supposed to care? What do y'all think? (Or, does anyone know of this wheel in 20"?)
  11. I'm thinking my best bet is to get the rims in this picture and then blacken the insert areas myself with plastidip. Thoughts? These: http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/uploads/monthly_03_2016/post-155890-0-11564700-1458178307.jpg
  12. Dangit... I saw those wheels several times yesterday, and I think they are just too GMC for me. Anyone have any good suggestions for OEM or OEM replica Chevy wheels that meet these criteria No chrome Not tons of open air in the wheel Probably a combination of machined metal + black inserts Preferably that have a Chevy bowtie on them to look completely OEM
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