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  1. Finished this off this weekend, sounds great: Also upgraded the front tweeters: I also installed these a few weeks back: Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Yeah I think I read the whole heated seat system, steering wheel, likely a bunch of other controls are computer controlled. Guess it just comes down to how much you want to pay to have all new ECU just for a few things. I myself if I had part numbers would just look to accumulate stuff a little at a time until you have everything you need to pull the trigger and pull the whole thing apart... but, I think it all requires reprogramming to your VIN when you get that deep - that’s what scares me away... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. If anyone wants to revive this, perhaps with VIN/build info that would tell if we have the harness and just need the buttons, or part numbers I think a few of us custom owners are watching. I myself wouldn’t mind getting a heated steering wheel for the winter, but not sure if that is plug and play wheel/harness only or requires computer mod/programming... anyway, just bumping this... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I guess two things: 1. I'm also probably going to wait until this message goes away... 2. which of these four kits (that show up now on GM Parts Direct) do I need? I've got a Custom trim, no push start bolster. Can't really tell what is different between these four: 84756681 84756682 84756684 84756685
  5. anyone know the part number for the bolster without auto start? this is the best parts list I've seen!
  6. I may get this kit and have it installed locally if I'm not completely turned off by the installers.
  7. Eventually want to do this high Country grill swap. Curious if they sell painted black to match, or if I gotta do that myself? Want it all blacked out... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Anyone know where it is? They used to be in the glovebox - not on the 2020. I also checked left and right fuse panel, wasn’t there either. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Most of the online parts vendors have options to select 2020 2500HD parts, but they're actually for the prev body style. Anyone have an online parts site with actual NBS 2020 2500 parts? The pandemic probably delayed parts availability for a while, hope it kicks back up soon... and just some context, I'm not too thrilled with the dealership here, have gotten me the wrong parts a few times in my 20 years of GM ownership, rather just get things online.
  10. I’m just going to go High Country when parts start to become available... hopefully can get all black, gold bow tie. This white HC looks pretty good, Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. It's a far cry from the 60s design. That design put a turn signal not just where headlights would naturally have been, but up on the hood. They were clearly amber to designate being a turn signal, and didn't draw from the natural placement of a headlight. This styling is more like a fake headlight, made to look clear for the most part, and in a place one would generally expect to see a headlight. I'm not hear to bash this and bring up things like the Aztec, but if it truly took the substance of the 60s styling, it would have been higher up and maybe been amber like a turn signal. That might have actually been a very cool retro look, moving everything up a few inches. There is a guy at GM that has his hands on the Aztec, Colorado and perhaps the mid 2000's Silverado that is running wild! lol. Maybe you put a couple motorcycle buckets in the place of the turn signal aka faux headlight, and have it look like the 70's C/K, which was awesome:
  12. They could do this, or something very close. Just put the headlight on the top like this/1500's, not under a foux headlight like the 2500's. If they did a refresh for 2022 and made plenty extra parts, I'd be happy to retrofit.
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