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Any must have accessories?

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Clear bra

Husky floor liners

Bak revolver x2 tonneau cover

Rubber bed mat that goes over bed liner.

I've done...

Clear bra

Husky floor liners

Bak revolver x2 tonneau cover

Rubber bed mat that goes over bed liner.

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Leveling kit, gmc floor liners, tonneau cover, and tint lol. For the guys who added the driver assist handle, why ? Do you actually use it or mainly just to make it symmetrical? I don't wanna add another beige eye sore through the front windshield unless I'll use it

 

 

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Installed it - first thing I notice it is in your peripheral vision - got used to that. But never grab the handle. LOL

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Husky's in the front

Weathertech full coverage in the back

Morimoto HID's Low & Fogs

Sunshade with Chevy Logo

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I was "building" a 2018 sierra and was thinking the brake upgrade was a no brainer.....until I saw the almost $3k price. Is this option worth it? I will be towing ~7000 occasionally.

 

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I was "building" a 2018 sierra and was thinking the brake upgrade was a no brainer.....until I saw the almost $3k price. Is this option worth it? I will be towing ~7000 occasionally.

 

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Put that into getting the 6.2L............

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All my first mods were in the category of protection.

 

3M Clear Bra.(should have done the bumper too) Undercoating. Rustproofing. Line-X box liner. Had them spray the rear wells too instead of the plastic GM 'kit'. Seam sealer. Then Weather Tech no drill mud flaps and GM front box corner protectors. Large round Rhino Step bar does wonders for lower panel protection. They were on it when I bought it. So was a soft Lund roll up bed cover I love. Your still going to get a chip now and again in the weirdest ways so Chip Doctor kit is a must. Clay bar it and seal it silly with a quality paint sealer and keep it up.

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that was already on the list!

 

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The how about Max Trailering........... and GM Performance exhaust..........

 

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I was "building" a 2018 sierra and was thinking the brake upgrade was a no brainer.....until I saw the almost $3k price. Is this option worth it? I will be towing ~7000 occasionally.

 

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The "Integrated Trailer Brake Control" should only be around $250. For that $3K are you sure you weren't getting the entire towing package (RPO code "NHT")?

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Driver side grab handle.

 

 

+1 on this! My first accessory was new wheels and tires though. Probably one of the first things you notice on any vehicle.

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Numbers are a general ranking of importance - yes, a couple of ties

 

Husky X-act mats, front and back 2

Front glass tint 5

2" level 3

Extang Tri-Fold Signature Series tonneau 4

Exhaust tip (was given to me) 8

Firestone Destination AT tires (stock) 3

AVS vent visors 5

Under seat storage 1

Bed mat on top of sprayed in liner 6

GMC Receiver hitch cover 4

Little tray thing in the console7

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I've had my 2017 1500 midnight for just over a month.

 

I did the xpel ultimate (immediately upon ownership), extang tonneau (arriving next week), husky x-act front/rear and husky cargo box (arrived yesterday but not installed yet).

 

Next is AVS vent visors and before winter, I'll need mud flaps.

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