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Xshot

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  1. Should come with fobs, and paperwork and code, and a good latch. Any wiring should already be in the truck if you have the appropriate RPO code
  2. No Bose system. Base model stereo here. What do the Window and door functions have to do with the radio?
  3. Wow. Sounds awesome. And complicated. I'm looking for more of a plug and play kind of thing. Apple CarPlay capable radio, with a wiring harness that's plugs into the stock harness.
  4. Interesting idea. Would that be plug and play? I imagine I'd need all new trim pieces and wiring harness and have to splice it all together?
  5. Any thoughts on replacing the OEM basic stereo for something with Apple CarPlay? I've got a 2016 GMC 3500 base with the basic tiny little radio. I'd like a bigger screen, compatibility with the OEM backup camera (even though that is awful), and a trim ring that looks as stock as possible.
  6. "AQQ" is the code needed to for this work correct? Or is it "AP8"? I've seen both come up in threads about this and can't nail down which is required. According to the AC Delco list of RPO codes they mean the same thing..
  7. So pretty much the same as the standard fob. Trying to decide if the simple install of this is worth the lack of range as compared to an aftermarket unit.
  8. Awesome thank you! Still trying to figure out if a leveling kit w/ spacer is necessary, or if using the stock keys to bump the front up an inch or two is sufficient.
  9. I brought my new to me 2016 Sierra 3500HD home today! The wife told me it looks like a Corgi (the dog) with the stock steel wheels and tiny tires. I was told it needs new wheels and tires! Done! So I'm ready to pull the trigger as soon as you guys give me the go ahead. I'm looking at Moto Metal MO978, 20x9 +18mm, with Nitto Terra Grappler LT295/60R20. Will these fit a stock suspension with zero modification? If not, will a leveling kit so the truck? (I'm thinking it will from what I've read). What's the preferred way to level the front, a spacer leveling kit, or torsion keys? I've seen aftermarket keys anywhere from $140 to $300. Thanks for any feedback you have.
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