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  1. I would not recommend. I will probably switch to hard line adapters or something different. I made a splash guard out of an old wheel liner, mounted the sensor to it, but its directly above the drive shaft (not optimal).
  2. 2015 CCSB LT Texas 5.3 Bilstein 6120/5100 + Hellwig rear sway Flex Fuel add LED exterior retrofit 6L80 t-stat delete Engine t-stat delete (fans tuned with HPT) Next is either intake manifold/CAI/TB, Headers +true duals, or steel driveshaft https://photos.app.goo.gl/CEcaJpxtXCsKDfun8 ?
  3. edit***This line makes the sensor have to be directly above the driveshaft. I used plastic to to make a mount/shelf, I'll change the line orientation later, don't recommend this though***edit https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo.php?pk=10359092&jsn=14898 Hey CC guys, I found this. Same line but straight, and few cents cheaper. AC Delco part #20967834
  4. I wonder if you could use a set of these instead (not powdercoated, but half the price) and flip them upside down to get the same effect? It's hard to tell if they are curved enough, but same principle. Any reason these wouldn't work the same? I have the Hellwig rear swaybar, works great! Seems steep for what it is because of the powdercoat I guess. https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00029K022/?coliid=I2FIF2VS7AMVME&colid=A26RVP7QW2VT&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
  5. Hey guys, my truck is a 2015 LT CCSB Texas Edition 2wd LT 5.3. Cargo lights when in reverse, but the camera doesn't function with the cargo light switch. Otherwise works as normal. I double checked the pins in the picture, and I spliced the correct wires. I also tried after putting in drive and above 30mph, just in case, same deal. Any thoughts? Thanks!
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