I have a '16 LTZ with the all LED factory lights and there seem to be virtually no difference between lo and high beams on the open highway. If I'm right in front of a building, then yeah, I can see that they project a little higher, but again on an open road......nothing.
Some dealers raise heck about catch cans and others don't. When I asked my dealer about a catch can before I installed, they said, yes, it would void powertrain warranty. I don't think it actually would, but I'm not going to argue with them. Whenever I take my truck in for work at the dealership, my CC comes off (only takes a few minutes....also pull my Range AFM disabler). Dealership is none the wiser. When I get the truck back, I reinstall them (Range + CC).
For sure...I've has moisture in the corners too. You can get seal kits to help seal up those areas but I've never tried it. The water I have had has been minimal and never from along the rails
I've had several trucks with the Access Lorado cover and those rails mount to the side of the truck's bed rails. The Lorado rails have a gasket that seals between its rail and the bed rail, and I've never had water leak along the rails
For those who have done this swap..... I have ordered the programming from WAMS. I believe I have the right cluster picked out from Pace.....I'm waiting to hear from WAMS ( @GTPprix ) if I can send the cluster to them, but haven't. Can I just send the cluster w/order # on my own to them for programming?
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