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  1. In Canada the gas price is by area I assume, every station in my whole city is within a few cents. Some lower volume or more out of city center stations may cost a tiny bit more. As someone who works in oil and gas, the brands of gas are may be the same base petroleum. For example our local chevron fuel isn't from a chevron refinery, it's actually from a shell or Suncor refinery and may stations are like this. Once the fuel supplier purchases a base gasoline the chevron (as example) mix their additives in. The fuel may be slightly different so its possible one engine may favor a chevron additive vs a shell additive. I tried a few tanks of 87 in mine and my uncle has only ran 87 in his 6.2, a coworker also has only used 87. I didn't notice any difference to normal driving at all, I was surprised how much the engine ticks while at idle (chevron 94) the tick didn't change at all with 87. Everyone pokes gun at the hemi tick and my 5.7 hemi with 100k is smoother than my 3500km 6.2 GM Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  2. I used my puddle light power, I just traced the wires from the puddle to the door and tapped there on each side. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  3. Saweet I didn't notice there was a 295/70r18 SL. Id go SL for sure.. same weight rating as stock duratracs. The E load are much heavier tires and will ride a little rougher as well as take a hit on fuel economy. I'm adding Nitto ridge grappler in 265/70r18 Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  4. [emoji1063] [emoji260] [emoji1063] northern AB Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  5. How did you order, the issue with my order is the VIN. The dealer will only order parts based on a vin that has the parts so when they enter my vin obviously there is an issue. Anyone on here have a VIN of a truck that has the upfitters from factory? Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  6. Good luck to anyone trying to add these. Tried a few online and dealer to get the parts. I tried Canadian and US with no luck on getting parts outside of switch and knee bolster. "Part number 84669070 is currently on back order from GM and it has been removed from your order. GM does not have an ETA for the part to be released off back-order." Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  7. There's only 1 main battery (auto start one hidden) so just use the positive post. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  8. That is Canadian, so its 30% all said and done, plus parts direct adds a discount where dealerships just sell as MSRP to get their cut. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  9. It says they are available on GM parts direct website as special order. I sent them my email and VIN to ensure. Called my parts guy and the senior parts tech will be in on Wednesday (6 days) so ill talk to him but the 3 parts are $350 Canadian shipped, where as the dealer was just over $400 for those parts if available. The switch and knee bolster was $197 I do believe. The switch oddly enough is the cheapest item. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  10. I'm going to have to return mine the fuse block and harness are on a indefinite backorder. Also they can't would cost 6 to 7 hundred dollars Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  11. Yes the knee bolster came with the switch, I gotta call the dealer and find the harness, fuse block and I guess the battery connector. Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  12. I just got the knee panel and the switches, nothing else Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  13. AC disabled mine, not much good for when it's cold out but on the warm summer months at least my AC will keep the auto stop from working Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  14. I'm picking mine up today, I was hoping the pkg came with instructions, If not the first page of this thread has preliminary instructions Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
  15. Oh that's not much good I was expecting there was a terminal block underneath the hood for wiring in the accessories The Ford and Chrysler axillary switch panels has switches in the truck and a fuse block panel to wire all your accessories underneath the hood so you don't have to run wire through your firewall Sent from my SM-N975W using Tapatalk
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