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  1. Automotivetouchup calls it Abalone White. Same paint code and bigger bottles than the GM touch up.
  2. Wouldn't use a pen. Too big of a chip for a pen and won't make a nice job. I use the paint and get good brushes from a hobby/craft store or Hobby Lobby in different sizes and very fine and pointed. Sometimes the brush in bottle paint is too large for tiny chips or scratches.
  3. Try Automotivetouchup.com. They're here in Louisiana. I've always had a perfect metallic paint match using their paints through the years. Not sure about the match on the White Frost but they have it. It's the same code but they list their paints under different names. You may need primer touch up with it. Once touched up with the base coat, build the clear up then wet sand until flat with existing clear and buff. If you're not comfortable doing it, a good shop can. The site has how to videos and instructions. YouTube also has good chip touch up videos. Good luck.
  4. First off, what is it you are trying to do and why are you wanting spacers? What wheel are you running and what's the bore of the wheel?
  5. Yes. Any 2019 wheel will clear the caliper on a '19 truck.
  6. Agree. If you want it color keyed and for it to match, paint is the only option.
  7. Yep guess I should've said electrostatically charged. Anyway you won't get powder coat to match high metallic paint. Chrome plastic and metal can be painted. It's all in the prep. I've had chrome plastic mirror covers and door handles painted on several vehicles with zero problems and good longevity. Also had a front chrome steel bumper painted that had a dent in it from a trailer hitch ball from someone who backed into me. When I got rid of the truck 5 years later, it still looked good with no peeling. Proper sanding or blasting and self etching primer on the metal is the key. The right body shop can do both chrome plastic and metal.
  8. Correct as per SmokeyJoe101; powder coat has to be magnetized and won't work on plastic. As for the post from bullet3z, You won't get a wrap to match the Iridescent Pearl Coat. GM is known for its high metallic content and you won't get that in a wrap. It won't match and will look tacky and be too obvious.
  9. Part # is 84413357. the 2019 GM trucks now use a 433mhz sensor. I purchased mine on ebay for $70 for a set of 4 new in package. I found these on ebay. Part number on description shows 13516165 but part number on package in pic is correct (84413357) . Message seller and see if the sensors shown in pic are the actual sensors being shipped with 84413357 on package. Shop Chevy Parts sells them for $30 each. https://www.ebay.com/itm/4-OEM-GM-TIRE-PRESSURE-SENSORS-TPMS-CHEVY-GMC-CADILLAC-BUICK-13516165-433MHZ/223396232677?_trkparms=aid%3D111001%26algo%3DREC.SEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20160727114228%26meid%3D487c371f1e844c54bc598fcefe15e0b5%26pid%3D100290%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D4%26sd%3D223396232677%26itm%3D223396232677%26pmt%3D0%26noa%3D1%26pg%3D2060778&_trksid=p2060778.c100290.m3507
  10. Part # 84542318 .Try shopchevyparts $221 or google the part #. They're out there. Requires dealer programming.
  11. A co worker put some on his '14 Sierra and look great. Just take your time and align everything up. You'll be fine
  12. The ebay item number is 153570778346. They're chrome but a good body shop can prep and paint them to match. I've had ABS chrome mirror covers paint matched.
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