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KTDanforth

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  • Birthday April 17

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    Kevin Danforth
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    Southern California
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    Male
  • Interests
    Family, Trucks, Trailering, Hiking, Marksmanship
  • Drives
    Silverado 2500 Duramax 2021

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  1. I was looking for the thread, I believe it is in the chevy 1500 mod section, but I attached the infortaintment video that has the walk thru. The whole thing is plug in play, no programming. (2) 2019-2021 Chevrolet Silverado / GMC Sierra Rear Camera LCD OEM Mirror - Easy Plug & Play Install! - Bing video Buy the parts yourself and save the money. All are pretty cheap, except the mirror, I was able to find a take off mirror for about $300. the rest of the parts were less than $150, so all in was $450. good luck
  2. Just shock spacer, arms, keys and blocks, I did change my stock shocks to Rancho Z71 take off. That about it
  3. Just finished a 3 inch lift, 3 in the front 2 in the back with Cognito upper control arms and keys. I might turn the keys back down just a little to give me back some more rake. I am going to let it settle for a few days first.
  4. Silverado 2500 HD LT Emblems in Black Installation Has any purchase these and installed them your self, looking ease of install information, since they are single letter, I am worried about alignment issue etc. Silverado 2500 HD LT Emblems in Black | Chevrolet Accessories thank you in advance.
  5. Just curious, when the camera is not activated, is the mirror a standard mirror? I installed closed to the same setup but it was a rear view camera. The camera points over the top of the bed and not down in your bed. It was 100% plug in play. You just had to buy the mirror, camera/center tail light and a cable. The mirror plugged into a power connector in your head liner. Most trucks already have the power connector. the part list for rearview is below: What you are doing does make sense is should be plug in play just as the above is all controlled by the mirror it self. What chevy needs is a mirror that can switch between two camera, one for the bed and the second for rearview. This will be an interesting thread to follow.
  6. I am assuming a third party kit, worst case wire it into the DRL for activation. Has any one seen it?
  7. Does anyone know if there is a 3rd party that allow the Chevy 2500 to add side markers like the GMC? thank you in advance.
  8. Just in case you have not figured it out, Yes High Country, or LTZ will work fine but you will need to purchase a conversion harness and mount the resistor to a permanent heat conducting location.
  9. Just added some new shoes on my stock 20 inch rims,, Amp Terrain Pro AT, 295/65/20 E rated, actual 35.4/11.8R20. They fit clean with no rubbing. I will be installing a lift kit in a few weeks, 3in front, 2 in back with Cognito Arms. I should be pictures then.
  10. Just an update Its now sold, I wonder who got then.
  11. Understand the issue, LOL, some type of running board are almost always required.
  12. Hey spotted this on offer up they look to be brand new upscale taillights for on $200 for the set. Check out this item on OfferUp. https://offerup.co/XRq6B6apEsb I thought it was a goos deal, I am not associated with them in any way. I just thought it was a steal. Any way have a great day.
  13. Is anyone running 35/12.5/20 on stock rim. I am going to do a 3inch front and a 2inch back lift with cognito arms but I was concerned about front rubbing, shock or control arm etc. Thank you in advance.
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