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What have u done to your 2020 hd


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1 hour ago, Elite130 said:

Did you get your liners squared away? I just installed the Husky liners on my 2022 and they fit perfectly! did you remove the rear guards prior to install like the instructions indicated?

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One side is like yours now and the passenger side is still not perfect. Yeah I pulled the rear flap nearly off it was just kind of hanging down. 
 

I can tell two differences in yours right away. Your plastic plugs are different looking and yours are cut much higher around the top of the rear leaf. Mine are a lot longer they go only an inch or so above the rear leaf. Curious how far down yours hang below the frame?

 

I’ll take a couple pics

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as you can see, quality control at Husky is a clown show obviously. 
 

they sent a total of 2 sets and I had to piece together the best of them. They did discount them for the trouble and were good to deal with on the issue so I’ll leave it at that. For the price they are fine and fill their purpose. 
 

I will trim them away from the leaf in the rear because I just noticed I can see rub marks from them touching the leaves. 

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Still waiting on my truck; it's in Oshawa. In the meantime, I've been getting together some stuff and today got this which might be interesting to some with full consoles but lower trim or content level.

 

Wireless Charging Console Upgrade

 

This has a proprietary adapter to get power from 12V dash plug; no cutting needed. They have both black and Dark Atmosphere, which I got.

 

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This link is for the install of the console top conversion and install of the optional cooling duct to the module. 404parts also has a video on YT but doesn't go into the duct install process. Offhand, I don't see the harness is available separately.

 

 

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7 hours ago, Elite130 said:

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the rear of mine is where they ride really close to the leaf springs. 
 

I used my dremel and cut out and sanded back the plastic a bit. 
 

this tells me quality control sucks at Husky. 
 

here is after I cut them back a little. I want the most coverage possible without the plastic hitting the leaf. 
 

 

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4 hours ago, Core-Lokt said:

Still waiting on my truck; it's in Oshawa. In the meantime, I've been getting together some stuff and today got this which might be interesting to some with full consoles but lower trim or content level.

 

Wireless Charging Console Upgrade

 

This has a proprietary adapter to get power from 12V dash plug; no cutting needed. They have both black and Dark Atmosphere, which I got.

 

Install Link

 

This link is for the install of the console top conversion and install of the optional cooling duct to the module. 404parts also has a video on YT but doesn't go into the duct install process. Offhand, I don't see the harness is available separately.

 

 

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This looks pretty cool. I doubt it would work in my truck it looks like it grabs carpet. Mine has no carpet and the factory Chevrolet rubber floor mats that interlock right on the trans hump

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14 hours ago, stingray11568 said:

I installed a Peragon cover, Westin bull bar and MBRP stainless exhaust. Waiting on Morimoto headlights.

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How do you like the exhaust? Were the mufflers smaller and lighter than stock?  Is that still single exit or dual?

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Truck came this afternoon, so just a little time for mods. I put on the LTZ grille overlay and mirror caps, and in a bit of throwback to squarebodies, some "400" emblems on the plastic hood inserts.

 

 

I have a lot of stuff to do; running boards, replacement bumpers, and a Roadmaster rear sway bar.

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16 hours ago, Core-Lokt said:

Truck came this afternoon, so just a little time for mods. I put on the LTZ grille overlay and mirror caps, and in a bit of throwback to squarebodies, some "400" emblems on the plastic hood inserts.

 

 

I have a lot of stuff to do; running boards, replacement bumpers, and a Roadmaster rear sway bar.

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Those 400 badges are cool. Where did you get them?

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3 hours ago, Pryme said:

Those 400 badges are cool. Where did you get them?

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They're metal and ~$11-$12 per pair. There is also some silver ones.

 

EDIT: If you prefer metric call-outs, there's THESE and are available in a few color choices.

 

 

 

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