I looked into mine today and found that it is easily accessible to clean out a spray some fluid film in to protect the fender. All you have to do is open the door. Lol I was spraying the fluid film through the drain hole underneath and that's when I noticed it was open from the back side.
Mine whistled everytime I accelerated. I wired the exhaust flapper in front of the muffler to the open position just for the heck of it and the whistle completely disappeared. I had originally thought it was a squeaky belt as well.
I wired the flapper open on my 19 5.3l single exhaust and there is no drone. Actually I cant even tell a difference in sound at all. Reason I wired it open was because it was causing the exhaust to whistle, now it doesnt whistle. I havent done anything with the screens.
Truck looks good! I know what you mean about a black truck only looking that clean for a couple days. It's a battle keeping my black 86 k10 dust free and it lives Inside all the time. Lol I appreciate all the pictures from you guys. I think I'm gonna mock up the gm ones when they come in and see how i like them and decide from there. Thanks
Have you tried turning on the cargo lamps when backing up at night in an area with no surrounding light? I know what you mean about the image being distorted and bright. I have found that turning the cargo lamps on helps to clear up the image a little bit in areas with no surrounding light.
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