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  1. Thanks, after thinking about it, the video showed the radio removal but he was changing the radio trim, which I don't have to do.
  2. Hey Flatblack, did you have to take apart everything outlined in the below video. I watched it several times to get ready for installation when my WAMS cluster arrives and am wondering why the radio needs to be removed. Looks to me like I can get it done with a lot less deconstruction.
  3. Same here, I'm looking at the steering wheel control project for my 2020 Custom and will need to know these numbers.
  4. I checked with with Chris White about purchasing a cluster and having them re-program it. He said that they source the correct cluster directly from GM and advised against purchasing my own. This makes perfect sense because the purchase of an incorrect cluster saddles you with drudgery of returns and even more delays.
  5. I have a 2020 Silverado Custom with the Infotainment 3 package. It has the seven inch screen. I tried scanning the QR code inside the driver door but nothing came up. What radio do I have an IOT, IOS or an IOR. Thank You
  6. I have the seven inch radio screen on my 2020 Custom. Will I have to buy a new radio to make this work. I see that a new cluster is less than 300 bucks but a new radio screen would up the expense considerably.
  7. Thanks Vradcliffe. I'm following this issue closely because I have the steering wheel controls that came with my replacement leather wheel so I'm at least part of the way there.
  8. Hey Vradcliffe, this is a pretty big deal for lots of us on the Forum. Any additional detail would be sincerely appreciated.
  9. I grabbed this one off Amazon and it works great. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MY0NH60/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  10. Changing to LED lights on my 2020 Silverado Custom Double Cab was my first modification. The improvement was well worth the effort and the cost of LED lights in comparison to other mods was relatively affordable. I purchased my lights from Amazon. The high beams are Sirius branded and the low beams are CZ bulbs. They fit nicely under the factory dust covers and the improvement in night time visibility is well worth the effort. The low beams were relatively simple to install from the top, but the high beams were a challenge because of the longer reach needed to access them. I found the ea
  11. I finally got around to swapping the jump seat lid with no storage on my 2020 Silverado Custom to one with storage. Of course there are plenty of organizer trays for console storage available but none that I could find for the jump seat storage compartment. After looking, I found one for a Dodge that came close so I altered it to fit. The result in a the attached photo. Here is where I found the organizer: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01KI8D0A0/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  12. Thanks for the info guys, I'm still researching so your comments are really appreciated.
  13. I have a 2020 Silverado 1500 Double Cab that I'm considering lowering 3 inches in front and 5 in the back. I've investigated the IHC kit because it claims no frame mods are needed. Since my truck is a 2020 I don't want a C notch or other cuts to the frame. I'd appreciate comments from anyone who has accomplished modification. Thank You
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