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By Zach Dowling
Does anyone know of a company that makes brackets to fit a 2014-2018 Silverado 1500 to convert tow hooks to shackles (D rings). I see multiple sites that make them for 07-13 and 2019+ but can’t seem to find any for a 14-18. I don’t know why no site is listing them for these trucks and wonder if the brackets from the 2019+ or 07-13 would work on a 2017? Does anyone have any Insight or know of a company that does make them? Thanks
Hey ya'll, new to the forum. I recently put a rough country 6 inch suspension lift on my truck with 22x12s and 35s. I figured that they would fit but they ended up being too big and hitting the outside of my fender. I am looked on wheel sites and found people and better luck with the 33s. I did the norcal mod to pin my fender back to make more room and trimmed the bottom of my front bumper. Just trying to figure out if I am still going to have problems rubbing the exterior of my fender.
Hello, I recently bought a pair of tow mirrors and a wiring harness for the 2016 Silverado LT. I got them both installed and can get all the lights to work except the vanity light on the side of the mirror which is supposed to turn on when the door opens, when the cargo light is turned on when the vehicle is in reverse. The wiring harness had me insert 3 pins into the connector which plugs into the door jamb. I looked at previous postings on the forums to ensure that I inserted the pins into the correct slots i.e. (blue into #11, Red into #41 and White into #9) and this agreed with the instructions I received for the install. All the lights on the mirrors work except for the reverse/cargo lights. Does anyone have any idea where I went wrong or what I could do to fix it? Would inserting a pin upside down cause the lights to work incorrectly? The instructions stated that they must be inserted a certain way. Any help would be great, thanks!
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