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DarkSky20

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    David
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    2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali

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  1. As I’ve stated and it’s painfully clear in my pic, these are the stock wheel well moldings paint matched. Ask someone with fender flares
  2. Physically it will fit, be sure you don’t have the camera in the grille on your current set up that’s where the issue will be. I don’t believe the Elevation has a camera, so no mount for it.
  3. Huh? These are factory plastic painted to match
  4. Here’s mine in Dark Sky metallic. Found them for sale on eBay from a gm dealer. Easy diy install, save your money. Denali models should have come this way from the factory
  5. I have a BlackVue 2 channel set up. I used a power magic pro for parking mode option. The new camera they came out with eliminates this if you go with that version. I can help with the fuse taps. If you have these options anyways. Constant power fuse from the garage remote, ignition power tap into the heated steering wheel. Use 5 amp fuses for both. Plug the camera fuses into the outer slot, factory fuse to inner slot. Install is easy, save your money having someone do it. Just a little tedious routing the cables through the headliner.
  6. Looks great! Are those factory wheels or replicas? Can you provide the specs? Thank you
  7. You can remove the grille surrounds. They are held together by about a dozen tabs and 4 screws. It’s kind of a pain to get the grille off but plan on an afternoon and take your time. I swapped my chrome surround for color matched from an elevation grille.
  8. Not sure if you ever got an answer, but yes, you can remove the grille surround. I did it. I got an sle grille already paint matched and swapped the outer trim. It’s about a dozen tabs you have to carefully pry apart. Once you get a couple released it’ll go. Got rid of my chrome grille surround and color matched it. Left the Denali center chrome. Looks way better.
  9. One thing I won’t mess with because of all the cameras. Works fine enough for me
  10. Dumb question. Where is this camera? The dirt spot is driving me nuts. 2 car washes still there. Thanks in advance
  11. Just installed an S&B on my 20 Denali with a 6.2. Can definitely hear it. I like the sound. Filter is massive. Did it add any power? I don’t know. I was averaging 17mpg, we’ll see how I do now. Some parts of the install were a bit tedious. Putting the stock inlet tube into the bottom of the air box with the rubber gasket was a pain in the butt. Also, keeping the rubber grommets from falling out on the backside of the air box was a minor annoyance. But that was the worst of it. Otherwise everything went together pretty easily. If you’re on the fence on one of these, I’d say buy the S&B. At least it’s the most cost effective. No reason to spend more than the cost of the S&B IMHO.
  12. Just installed an S&B on my 20 Denali with a 6.2. Can definitely hear it. I like the sound. Filter is massive. Did it add any power? I don’t know. I was averaging 17mpg, we’ll see how I do now. Some parts of the install were a bit tedious. Putting the stock inlet tube into the bottom of the air box with the rubber gasket was a pain in the butt. Also, keeping the rubber grommets from falling out on the backside of the air box was a minor annoyance. But that was the worst of it. Otherwise everything went together pretty easily. If you’re on the fence on one of these, I’d say buy the S&B. At least it’s the most cost effective. No reason to spend more than the cost of the S&B IMHO.
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