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  1. I just saw pedal commander is making a tuner for the 3.0 diesels. Has anyone used these in the past? Are they any better than the stock drive modes? Looks like mostly throttle control not full tune control. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Just installed a set of eBay running boards. I really wanted the amp power steps but couldn’t swallow the cost right now. These were only $180 and after scouring the web and landing on the rb20 boards as my backup. These were pretty close in looks and way better than most out there. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Fit-2019-2021-Chevy-Silverado-1500-Crew-Cab-6-Black-Running-Boards-Side-Steps/383128445772?pageci=e95aefed-56ae-4200-aaa8-abe0bb02b938 Yeah, truck needs a wash. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Stumbled onto this thread. I just installed a $200 set of eBay steps this week and they look an awful lot like these new gm steps. No logo of course, the brackets seem to sit a little lower and the texture seems lighter on mine but the cost is a big win. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I started a new thread because I didn’t find this one first so here’s a repost from there. I recently had my shell arrived and had it installed. It's a Leer 100XR color matched to my truck. It took almost 2 months from order date to delivery which is a little longer than expected. All manufactures told me 6-8 weeks. The options I added are, removable front window so I can clean between without taking the cap off. Power locks which tie into the truck and work via the remote, door handle button and keypad. Headliner in black since a bed rug only comes in black and I might add the floor later so I wanted them to match. Thule rack tracks to mount a roof rack which I had from my last vehicle to carry surfboards and kayaks. There is one interior light right behind the brake light which I think came standard. The shop only charged $60 for install and I'm glad they did it. It took close to two hrs for install to run the wiring for the door locks, brake light and interior light. It probably would have taken me longer. My total cost was $2990.90 after tax. See below for the price breakout from my receipt. This is a cab high model, the interior height is 41" from floor (top of ribs) to ceiling. The tailgate opening is 35.5" high. Ceiling height is enough to sit up with about 5" of head clearance. Later I'm sure I'll camp out in the back on solo trips with my boy instead of hauling a full trailer. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I like the duha. Right now I keep two carseat installed so I can't lift the seat but when they're out I'm upgrading. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Installed the gm full coverage floor mat in the back of my crew cab. I have the under seat storage which had to remove so the mat fit underneath. The mat then had to be trimmed along the back for the storage to fit back in. It was all pretty straight forward and they look great. It's already helped clean the mess from little kids in the back. My only issue is a gap between the storage and the mat where crud can gather. I'll find something later to make a gasket with. Since I had a 10mm deep socket on an extension handy from removing three jack, I used that and a hammer to get the joints to seat really well. I don't think you can do the joints adequately by hand. There's also a carpet screw on the drivers side of the storage unit that I had to drill a hole in the mat for, sorry no pic. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Just had my shell installed. I created a whole new thread for canopy pictures and questions since I couldn't find one when I was shopping. This is a Leer 100XR. See my thread for full details. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I couldn't find many reference pictures when deciding on a canopy for my '20 Silverado 1500 so here's a thread for people to post pictures and details on their canopies and answer questions. I'll start it off with mine which was just installed yesterday. It's a Leer 100XR color matched to my truck. It took almost 2 months from order date to delivery which is a little longer than expected. All manufactures told me 6-8 weeks. The options I added are, removable front window so I can clean between without taking the cap off. Power locks which tie into the truck and work via the remote, door handle button and keypad. Headliner in black since a bed rug only comes in black and I might add the floor later so I wanted them to match. Thule rack tracks to mount a roof rack which I had from my last vehicle to carry surfboards and kayaks. There is one interior light right behind the brake light which I think came standard. The shop only charged $60 for install and I'm glad they did it. It took close to two hrs for install to run the wiring for the door locks, brake light and interior light. It probably would have taken me longer. My total cost was $2990.90 after tax. See below for the price breakout from my receipt. This is a cab high model, the interior height is 41" from floor (top of ribs) to ceiling. The tailgate opening is 35.5" high. Ceiling height is enough to sit up with about 5" of head clearance. Later I'm sure I'll camp out in the back on solo trips with my boy instead of hauling a full trailer. I'll post more pics later but here's a few from my driveway. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I swapped from regular to tow mirrors on mine. I think the looks question is really subjective but it makes a 1500 look more like an hd. Less street truck more work/big truck. I like them personally and really like the added cargo lights and extra visibility. You can always swap later if you change your mind. There's plenty of people looking to go bigger that'll trade. Just remember to swap wiring harnesses also. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I have the gm accessory keypad. Installed by the dealer so no idea on the details. Here's the receipt for item code reference. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Did your truck come stock with duratrack tires? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. This is the instruction card that came with the keypad. The opposite side had the master code. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Has anyone put on the narrower flares like air design, bushwacker oe or stampede original riderz on a Chevy T1? Looking for real pictures and comments on fitment. I hate the seal that you usually see around flares.
  14. I read in here that there was a fix from the dealer to adjust brightness of the screen when in reverse. It defaults to full brightness apparently which makes it very grainy. I swapped to brighter led reverse lights which helped some and they tow mirror cargo lights helped further but it would be better with the brightness turned down. I came from a Durango and the resolution was better. I think dodge/jeep had the best resolution on the market. There are certainly others with worse than gm but it seems like such an easy thing to get right that it's certainly disappointing. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I had to drop off before they opened and picked up after service closed so I didn't get any information really. Just a card with instructions and the master code. I tried albeit not too hard to remove the shroud to see if it was battery powered and I couldn't get it off. Your local service or parts department can tell you much more. Sorry Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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