I just installed them last weekend. It was pretty easy but you do have to remove the tires and drill a couple holes. Also, it comes with 4 rivets for the front ones so make sure you have a rivet gun. Overall I like them a lot better then the Weathertech ones that my dad has on his Silverado.
Has anyone installed the corsa cold air intake on there truck? I’ve seen a lot of guys run the rotofab and the GM one but haven’t seen anything on Corsa. I would think they make a superior product because of there exhaust systems.
Hard to get pictures of the 3 10mm bolts on top of the exhaust tips. I had to fish the air ratchet into the bumper from the back side to loosen two of the three bolts... but here’s how they came out. Sandblasted, 3 coats of high temp primer and 3 coats of high temp gloss black
Just took mine off in about 10 minutes without removing the bumper step. The key was using an air ratchet with 10mm socket. Has anyone sprayed there own with high temp gloss black paint? Im going to sandblast the chrome off first. Then I’m going to use Rustoleum high temp primer and then use Rustoleum high temp gloss black spray paint.
I live in Lake Zurich IL. I got a few different quotes and ended up going with Auto Image in Barrington. Got XPEL PPF on entire front end, a pillars, 12l on hood and fenders, windows tinted, the entire truck ceramic coated w 9 year GTechniq. They did an awesome job. I think it was around $1800
Thank you for the input and I would agree keeping most water out is better than the inner tailgate not closing without popping the top
My truck is at the dealer now. There keeping the truck to get my rear door aligned properly as well as look at me Rev hard-folding cover. They tried to screw me around saying that leaking is normal. I understand that it’s not going to be watertight but the amount of water that gets in is ridiculous. Not sure what there going to come up with. My original sales guy said maybe swap it for the Rev hard rolling cover. Anyone have the hard rolling cover or any input on it?
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I got the entire front end, partial hood, A pillars, fenders, headlights and fog lights covered with XPEL then the entire truck ceramic coated with GTecniq ultra. I paid $1450 cash. Great investment to protect an expensive truck.
I was at the dealership this morning getting a couple recalls taken care of and while I was there I had the parts department look up the blacked out Carbon Pro emblems and exhaust tips since I am thinking about buying them. The part numbers that were listed above did not come up in The dealerships system. This is the part numbers they gave me while looking up a Carbon Pro VIN #. FYI Gm parts direct website has them for a lot cheaper.
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