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  1. Anyone found a set that will work with the 2020 Sierra's I reached out to ZROADS to see if the '19 Silverado model would work on the 20 GMC thinking the hinges/hood might be similar. They got back to me. Just curious if anyone else has found hood mounts similar to these available? Response - We actually have a 2020 GMC 1500 in our shop for R&D right now and they confirmed Z362181 will not work on the 2020 GMC. They will have new part numbers available for the 2020 GMC in 3-4 weeks and should have all the light applications covered. Please check back in a few weeks and we should have new part numbers loaded on the website.
  2. Not as bad as needing paint, but they broke the shark fin unloading mine. I noticed it after i got home. Called the sales guy and he was like oh yeah, forgot to tell you about that, its on order already and should be here tomorrow. That was the 2nd trip back to dealer since i bought it two days prior. Other issue was the back door locks wouldn't go up. Whoever installed them had the bend backwards so we couldn't open the doors as the door locks wouldn't go all the way up. That one was odd.
  3. Just curious why you are limiting yourself to just those two covers. I have a Gator EFX Hard Tri-Fold Truck Bed Tonneau Cover on my truck and i love it compared to my previous cover which was a solid fold. I like the flush look much better along with the ease of pulling a cable on one side to allow me to unlatch both sides at the same time from one side of the truck. Before i would have to unclip each side one at a time to start flipping. I have not had any leaking issues but i have only been through the carwash once so far as i tend to hand wash my truck. Removal is a breeze with just spinning 4 giant knobs to loosen the clips. Perhaps the two you mention above are the same. I picked mine up for $539 on Amazon and i would buy another one if needed. I have not tried either of the two you mentioned.
  4. I went to my sales guy who printed me a build sheet with all of the RPO codes.
  5. I do not use Apple products so i am unable to help you there. Torque is my goto app - see side by side comparisons for two apps on the link below. You might want to try obdfusion for apple or better yet, get a cheap android device like a kindle 7 inch for 50 bucks and use Torque. https://www.obdadvisor.com/best-obd2-app/
  6. I use torque also which is why i asked which app they were using.
  7. Can you tell me which monitors do not work that you would like to see? I have a GMC 1500 Sierra with an OBD2 Bluetooth connection that i could connect and check mine to see if they work. My scanner is a cheap wifi OBD2 from Amazon that i bought to clear codes on my Grand Cherokee but i could connect it to try and see if it works. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00W0SDLRY EDIT - Also - what OBD2 app are you using? can you try another app if possible?
  8. Exactly Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  9. This is an easy way to get 100% paint coverage for the life of the vehicle owned by you. If they won't accept that, i wouldn't take it either.
  10. Did it on my 15' and now on my 20'. The better the wax, the more it flings.
  11. Basically the info is the same but the diodes are much cheaper way to go. If you want to send me a message with your address ill mail you some for free. I have a hundred or so left over.
  12. How about this https://boostautoparts.com/products/6hi Archer beat me to it LOL This -
  13. Maybe the electric diagrams will help? https://www.gmupfitter.com/pdflists/view/45
  14. Sorry - read the post too fast. I thought you wanted the fogs on with highs.
  15. https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/162734-foglights-on-with-high-beams/
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