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  1. I tried cutting the bolt with bolt cutters (not enough room) a long Sawzall metal cutting blade (put thread locker on, let it set up and held the nut with a wrench). That didn’t work, tried a Dremel oscillating tool with a metal blade still no luck. Between those 2 tools, I was able to get to the plastic shroud corner cut off and finally got the bolt out. It was very tight, and I am just wondering where they get their engineers, LOL They are finally both on now! Had I known this, I probably would not have bought them.
  2. I tried that is too. Bolt just wanted to spin. Was afraid to grab it with vice grips in case it didn’t cut through and not being able to use the bolt if it didn’t work I’m going to try one of the reciprocating dremels and a bolt cutter in the morning.
  3. thanks for replying , I tried to get a Dremel in there, there but there is not enough room. Not sure if I can buy a long extension though.
  4. Giving up for today, may just put the other black one back on and be done with it.
  5. I got a set of red recovery hooks for my 2022 crew cab and I can’t for the life of me figure out how to get the long bolt out of the drivers side. There is a plastic shroud in the way. I removed any bolts for the Schroeder and even took a pry bar to it, it won’t budge. any suggestions?
  6. Hi guys, I’m new here. I purchased a new 2022 Silverado LT 2.7 Turbo 4X4. My only complaint so far is the back up camera. It’s a pretty low quality image during the day, but at night it’s so grainy, it is pretty much useless. I have had new GM vehicles since 2014 to include an equinox, a Malibu, and a Terrain. Never had an issue like this. I am planning to schedule a service/warranty appointment on this, and was curious if anyone else has had this issue.
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