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  1. I see the part number for the lights, any chance you have the part number for the pigtails?
  2. They seem to fit rather flush where I intend to put them. I haven't had a chance to get them put in yet. Time and weather have both been working against me lately. Hoping to get them put in by Thanksgiving at the latest.
  3. Just got the lights I'm going to use for my bumper steps. They should be installed by the end of the week, provided things are still calm at work. Will post pics and lights when done. Here's what I went with https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01LYHD6RC/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 The lights seem nice and solid, plus they seemed to be well sealed.
  4. I bought my 2019 Silverado "LD" LT package double cab, with hitch/tow package for $24k WITH tax ,tag, title back in May. History showed it as a clean title, no accidents but owned by Enterprise rental for 8 months, had ~12k on it. I'm in Broward, since you mentioned being in S Fla.
  5. I find it sad that GM has gone back to having these issues. It had been a common problem with the 88-98 bodies, but seemed to be resolved with the change of body from 99-07c. Now they've got back to having the same stupid issues? I know a handful of people with the 07+ Silverado/Tahoe/Subirbans, and all of them have had their dashes crack. Some have paid the $600+ to replace the dash, and now wonder how long the new one will last. Compare that to the same number of friends who have the 99-07c bodies and haven't had a cracked dash yet. I currently have an 03 with 207k miles on it, and so far, no cracks from the Miami sun/heat combo. My truck lives outside, and I don't cover the dash with anything. I had been looking at 10+ Silverado with around 30k miles to replace my truck, and at least half of them either had cracked dashes or already had replaced dashes. I'll be curious to know if the 13+ trucks will have the same issue.. For now I'll keep mine, and put the "dash money" into a motor!
  6. Its about impossible to find a reg cab with a v8 thats not a work truck around here, and forget about the nicer amenities like leather
  7. this seems to be the most comprehensive write up on this topic i've seen. thanks for the help
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