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Sport Bar and Tonneau For Sale/Trade for Topper

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I have a 2018 GMC Sierra All Terrain X. It has a Retrax PRO MX tonneau cover and the factory sport bar installed. I want to sell the tonneau and sport bar together, or trade for a truck cap / topper. Open to offers. The Tonneau was about $1,300-$1,400 and the sport bar usually sells for $700-800 new. Truck caps are usually around $2,000, so I'm open to offers. I'm ok with having to repaint the topper. 

 

 

 

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Just out of curiosity, where in SC?

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curious how GM does he 3rd brakelight and some bars had the overhead lights on them - how does GM power these???

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19 hours ago, Waffle34 said:

curious how GM does he 3rd brakelight and some bars had the overhead lights on them - how does GM power these???

There's a harness that goes down the left forward stake hole for the brake light, connects somewhere under the bed.  As for the lights, you have to run those harnesses into the cab, yourself.

Sport Bar Installation.pdf

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On 4/16/2020 at 9:23 AM, tgg19 said:

Just out of curiosity, where in SC?

Charleston area.

On 4/16/2020 at 10:04 PM, Waffle34 said:

curious how GM does he 3rd brakelight and some bars had the overhead lights on them - how does GM power these???

Like Ravenkeeper said, it has an internal wire that drops underneath the bed and hooks up. It's actually very easy to unhook/hookup. 

On 4/17/2020 at 5:53 PM, Ravenkeeper said:

There's a harness that goes down the left forward stake hole for the brake light, connects somewhere under the bed.  As for the lights, you have to run those harnesses into the cab, yourself.

Sport Bar Installation.pdf 1.15 MB · 18 downloads

Mine doesn't have the sport bar mounted off road lights that are optional. I'm pretty sure those have to be wired up to the dash and use the same switch as your fog lights. You can see the wire coming out of the bottom left here. 

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