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  1. I installed the Chevy one and it works fairly well for dirt or small rocks but you have to make sure you clean it off before shutting the tailgate otherwise it forces the debris between the tailgate and the bed. I got a few scratches the first time I lifted the tailgate with a bit of gravel still in that area. I will say that larger gravel and such it doesn't seem to be great for. It does keep dirt and a bit of moister from getting into the bed while driving though.
  2. Thank you for the information. I will most likely go with the GM options to keep it simple and not mess with any wiring.
  3. I found a thread about the cameras but it didn't really answer many of the questions I have about the GM accessory cameras. The thread is found here: https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/235867-gm-authorized-accesory-dashcam/?tab=comments#comment-2385588
  4. Same here, I have a dash cam I removed from my old vehicle but I never use the thing as I hate the cord hanging down.
  5. Thank you, I tried searching the forum and got far too many hits to look through. A link would be much appreciated.
  6. I am looking into getting a dash camera and the idea of a factory camera and harness seems good to me. Wondering if anyone has either the F200 or F800 dash-camera from GM? I am assuming it uses a plug behind the mirror for power vice a cord hanging to the 12v outlet in the center console. Thanks!
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