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sk last won the day on July 10 2017

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    2015 Silverado LT Z71

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  1. I will probably pass for now. Looks like a great deal but until I get it painted to match my truck I'll have a little more invested than what I need (only plan to use it part time). Good luck with the sale though!
  2. Chris, Can you post a link to the Leer 100XQ?
  3. You might get more replies if you post in the correct forum (you said you have a 2014 but posted in the 2019-2021 forums).
  4. I have seen this one but I haven't tried it yet: HD Replacement Camera for 2014-2015 Sierra, Silverado – ADC Mobile
  5. Those are exactly the OEM ones you are looking for. But FYI -- the price is EACH so they would cost you $160. You should be able to find knockoffs on ebay for much cheaper.
  6. I buy all those hard-to-find parts here: http://www.kalecoauto.com/
  7. Gen5DIY makes a kit: https://www.gen5diy.com/collections/14-18-silverado-diy-kits/products/external-bed-light-switch-kit Or if you search the forums there is a thread on here where a guy ordered parts off Amazon for much less and tells you exactly which wires to tap into at the back of the trailer plug. I followed this way years ago and both switches (factory below the HVAC and 2nd switch in the bed) both work great! Found it!: https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/225685-add-bed-light-switch-to-truck-bed/?tab=comments#comment-2274881
  8. Search the forum for "G218 Ground". There is a thread with a video in it showing you exactly how to fix it. There is also a similar ground on the passenger side that I would do at the same time while you have the top of the dash off.
  9. This is what most professional detailers use: https://optimumcarcare.com/ Also rags and supplies from here: https://theragcompany.com/
  10. Ryan, That looks interesting. I can't comment on the Gen5Diy setup but I followed this thread and it worked perfectly. Takes a little more time but only costs about $17 in parts:
  11. The factory ones came with my truck and they work great but if I didn't already have them I would go with the Bully ones. The only problem with the factory ones is that the backer plate can come off when you remove them and it can drop down between the bed side sheetmetal.
  12. Just FYI -- if you are talking about the black truck in your photo then you can't use a 2014/2015 grill and bumper. The sheetmetal is different and they won't fit so you need 2016-2018 if you are just looking to do a swap.
  13. I just got a set of these in June. Only have about 1000 miles on them so far but they seem pretty good. Smooth and quiet ride (and I even have the 20" ones that ride a little stiffer than the standard 18" wheels) and plenty of traction for road driving. We'll see how they do in the snow this winter. Just FYI concerning their warranty -- they definitely have the best one AS LONG AS YOU DON'T NEED TO USE IT. I actually had LX20's that were great tires but wore out well before the mileage warranty. Continental was very willing to give me a pro-rate for replacement tires but
  14. Try this - less expensive than a new bushing and works better anyway: https://www.amazon.com/Dee-Zee-DZ43102-Tailgate-Assist/dp/B003TYP48C/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=dz43102&qid=1599681675&sr=8-3
  15. Not the OEM one but this one is better anyway: https://www.amazon.com/Dee-Zee-DZ43102-Tailgate-Assist/dp/B003TYP48C/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=dz43102&qid=1599681675&sr=8-3
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