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  1. I did the same as above, but did not need to remove the top radiator trim piece. My new letters simply snapped into place. This was on an SLE, so I don't know if its different on the other grilles.
  2. Thank you. That's exactly what I was looking for. I like the look. I really want to swap out the bumper shell for the one with the cutouts and then do the exhaust. I just don't want to part with the money.
  3. I've had mine for about 2 months with zero issues. Half the time I would forget to turn the switch off after starting the truck. Now I just get in and go. Well worth the money in my opinion.
  4. I don't know if it's just on the GMC now. My 2020 Sierra SLE double cab has the buttons on all 4 doors.
  5. Do you have any pictures from the rear of the truck. I was thinking of doing the same and I'm curious what it looks like from the rear. I do worry about the heat from the exhaust traveling upwards into the bumper assembly and possibly damaging the parking sensors or plastic trim.
  6. Gen5diy.com makes a harness for that. https://www.gen5diy.com/collections/19-20-sierra-plug-play-harnesses/products/19-20-sierra-1500-drl-override-harness
  7. Got this 2020 Sierra SLE double cab 5.3 4x4 last Wednesday. Added takeoff RST 20" wheels with Bridgestone tires Thursday. In for tint and Linex today.
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