FYI, I have had the RC 3.5" kit on my 2019 Silverado for 60,000+ miles and over two years with no problems. The truck still drives like new, no squeaks or sounds. I was running the stock tires, I believe 265/65R18 but switched to Cooper Discoverer AT3 XLT 275/70R18 at 62000 miles.
My truck has been in the driveway for a couple of days and it has been raining. I wanted to do a little maintenance on the truck so moved it into the garage. When entering the truck it smelled a little musty so the investigation began. I removed the drivers door panel, looked inside, it was quite wet and the smell much stronger. The door was completely closed and the window up. Any suggestions where the water is entering the door?
The bracket pinches the sun glass holder to the head liner by using two screws installed through the inside of the sun glass holder into the bracket. If you take out the overhead console, you can see there is plenty of room for the sun glass holder and allows installation of the bracket. Very secure when done.
I was missing the overhead console sunglass holder I had in previous trucks so I added one to my truck. The sunglass holder is from a 2002-2004 Nissan Altima that was painted to match the interior of my truck. A cardboard template was made for the cutout size needed to house the holder. The template was then taped to the headliner in the location preferred and traced with pencil. The headliner was cut using a utility knife, very easy to cut. A mounting bracket was fabricated out of 18 gauge sheet metal and painted. The holder was then pushed into the opening and the bracket attached with a couple of screws. Overall I am pleased with the results. I may cut down the trim around the holder so it sits closer to the headliner but will try it out for awhile first.
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