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  1. The throttle body boot will be different between the 5.3L and the 6.2L. My K&N kit came with both, so really the CAI is the same but the boot for connecting up to the TB will be bigger on the 6.2L. Missed the factory to factory swap, can't help you there, my bad.
  2. Pretty sure everything on the truck is keyed to match the ignition key. Pretty sure meaning 99% sure as I haven't been able to try otherwise. I use the underseat area to lock my gun up if and when I need to, it's great! Not as great as a real console lock box but it's better than nothing!
  3. Retrax is what I originally wanted but I had a hard time swallowing the price pill.
  4. Same. We can't have anything on the front windshield except for a 4" strip across the top edge. I'm also already under the legal limit for what is allowed on the side windows but f-it, who cares! Have never been pulled over for side tints but this is me knocking on wood...
  5. Just do it. It is so easy. It took me an hour for the 1st door just because I was being meticulous about everything and trying to fully understand the entire process from start to finish. The 2nd door took me 20 minutes and that is including swapping the mirror caps from chrome to black. The hardest part was the damn moisture barrier on the doors. My driver side barrier ripped in 3 different places. Tip: use a sharp trim removal tool to sort of... scrape along the seal as you pull it away from the door so it doesn't rip. Lesson learned. Nothing a bit of heavy duty duct tape can't fix.
  6. I'm using a TruXedo Lo Pro on my truck and it is great (soft cover). Easy to put on and take off if needed, rolls up out of the way, and just looks clean when fully covered. The tonneau pulls nice and tight on my truck and does not leak at all. It has 2 stabilizer bars that go across the bed to keep the cover from sagging too much, not that it does anyway. It locks, it isn't theft-proof but it's honest-proof - tailgate has to be opened to open the tonneau (technically) and my tailgate locks. I went this route because I didn't feel like spending double+ on going hard cover at the time and I don't regret it. I got mine from tonneauuncovered.com IIRC. Would definitely get one of these again.
  7. I don't have any pictures but I did the DL3 mirror upgrade to have all the sweet features. Thanks @pgamboa.
  8. +1 on the Adam's. The Aerospace 303 leaves a bit of a shine because it has a protectant in it. Good for tonneaus.
  9. Thanks. I'll have to try this. I have a water ring on the passenger seat that is being stubborn.
  10. Sure... if I disconnect the battery. Check your battery connections and make sure they're on the terminals tight. Maybe you hit a nice bump that was enough to jar one of the cables loose enough to cut power to the truck.
  11. That's comforting. I have been waiting for the weekend because there's not enough daylight after work to do this so maybe I will attempt this tonight!
  12. Man I need to start looking into their leveling kits, would be nice to level out and maybe just add an inch (even though I know gaining height through a leveling kit is not the right thing to do...) I'm digging that deep red. It looks really nice... nice looking truck!
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