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I recently purchased a 2014 GMC Sierra SLT and replacing the radio and dash cluster was the first thing that I did. I ordered my components from WAMS and within a week they where at my door. Installation was about as seemless as it gets. The only complaint that I have, which is out of WAMS control, is with the BOSE radio and not having sound adjustments other than the basics: Base, Mid, Treble

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Thanks to Mr. Chris White I now have a Denali gauge cluster in my 2016 Sierra SLT. Once he did his programming it was plug and play. Everything works just like it does in My wife's 2016 Yukon Denali

You’ve been asking and we’ve been listening. Granted it took longer than anyone would have liked we are changing up our operations a bit to hopefully make things easier on everyone; especially the con

Well I got my Cluster already and already installed... here are some pictures from mine     Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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