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jgisonfire

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  1. I was getting the same message, and It would not accept my password until today. I did login to the My Chevrolet website, which may, or may not have been related to finally getting it to work.
  2. Looks good. How'd you mount the rear camera?
  3. Replace them with something chrome. I'm debating between 20 & 22 inch wheels, either would be the same style you have, because I really like those wheels as they are more 'sport' wheels than the wheels that came from the factory, which are more 'off road' style wheels to me.
  4. The more I see this color, the more I love it! I just can't wait to do something about these wheels!
  5. Thanks... I figured they were too new to work yet... did you buy it off of Amazon, or another location? I've seen some of them go for as much as $175, and some that were under $20...
  6. There are "universal" wireless adapters available now. I've only just started looking into them, so no idea if they work, but I'm hopeful...
  7. I have both the GM intake and exhaust. I only hear anything coming from the intake under extreme accelerations. At highway speeds it and the exhaust are practically the same sound level as the stock exhaust (at least with the windows rolled up).
  8. I'm hoping they are able to come up with a solution for the high country version... The LED signals on the truck must be bright enough to not require the DRL's to turn off...
  9. I'm not sure if it would be easily possible or not... with the right amount of money you could do it. For sure you would need the mirrors with cameras in them, and the front camera, and probably a different camera control unit, plus programming from the dealership. Good luck, and let us know what you find out!
  10. Especially now with the rear roof spoiler... why not put the shark fin stuff in there! I know regular cab trucks don't have the spoiler... and while we are at it, put the AM/FM antenna in there too!
  11. ahhh, sorry, I missed that those were the exclusive list and not just the must haves. This is an area Chevy's site lacks in. I wanted to find a blue High Country with the 6.2 and the technology package but without a sunroof. I had to manually view the details to see if each truck had a sunroof. You might have to custom order it to get exactly what you want, or talk to a local sales person to see if they can find it for you.
  12. I'm not sure if this link will work, but there are 12 exact matches for Northsky Blue, LT Trailboss, Safety Package, with Bucket seats within 250 miles of 67052. As close as 110 miles from that location. https://www.chevrolet.com/locate-inventory/all-new-silverado#?radius=250&models=Silverado 1500&years=2020&makes=Chevrolet&filterconfigkey=ConfigAdmin_19Silverado1500&requestedPostalcode=67052&postalcode=67052&open-panel=Trim&open-panel=Interior Options&trims=LT Trail Boss&exteriorColorCodes=GA0&packageCodes=PQB&seatTypeCodes=A50&customSearchRadius=touched
  13. I believe from the original post it is one of the SEO paint colors. I think there are 4 different blues available through the SEO program.
  14. How long did you cut the 2x6? I got a different number every time I measured (I was by myself) ranging from 72 to almost 73 inches. I feel like 72 and 1/4 is probably right, but wondered what you had.
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