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  1. Pretty sure GM will honor the recall if you are...

    Pretty sure GM will honor the recall if you are under the 70k milage cap.

    I was over, so I had to tackle the issue myself. Still, $50 and an hour of work is all it took.
  2. Witchi- If you can handle a soldering iron,...

    Witchi-

    If you can handle a soldering iron, you can do the stepper motors yourself. It's not hard at all. I found some on E-bay for about $40 and took an hour or two of my day and now my...
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    I've used this (so-so) and the Herculiner and the...

    I've used this (so-so) and the Herculiner and the Herculiner is WAY better. The Duplicolor kit is easy to do, but not very durable. I am very pleased after two years on my Herculiner.
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    Jarrett, Here you go: ...

    Jarrett,

    Here you go:

    http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20804&highlight=Herculiner
  5. Thread: DIY Bedliner.

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    Hey guys, not to bash on someone's post, but I've...

    Hey guys, not to bash on someone's post, but I've done two trucks in the past 13 months myself. One with the Duplicolor Kit and one with Herculiner. The Herculiner stuff is WAY better than...
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    Also, you can just use Mother's Metal and Chrome...

    Also, you can just use Mother's Metal and Chrome polish on your plastic headlights. I know, sounds wierd, but it works. Just use a soft cloth and some light pressure, and wax on, wax off! It's not...
  7. Hey BBC4Ever is right, Just replace the...

    Hey BBC4Ever is right,

    Just replace the motors. I ended up doing that and it was pretty simple. Getting the cluster out is very easy- snap out the trim, take out 4, 7mm bolts and unplug the...
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    No, it didn't affect my odometer at all. If...

    No, it didn't affect my odometer at all.

    If you swap the whole IP, you will have to have it re-programmed to true-up the odometer, but not if you just out the stepper motors.

    It takes time...
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    Yeah, I did just the stepper motors on my '04...

    Yeah, I did just the stepper motors on my '04 panel. Replaced them all for about $50.

    Just search e-bay, there are plenty for sale.

    It's not all that tough, as long as you can handle a...
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    Boerne TX, huh? I used to live there. Nice area....

    Boerne TX, huh? I used to live there. Nice area.

    Try this:

    http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20804&highlight=Liner
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    I had a similar problem on my '04 and instead of...

    I had a similar problem on my '04 and instead of sending it out, I just bought new stepper motors for my gauges and swapped the motors. $45 for all the motos and a about 2 hours of labor. As long as...
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    Or.... ...

    Or....

    http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/showthread.php?t=17458&highlight=Power+locks
  13. Thread: My New Brakes!

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    Whoa Cowboy! :gasp:The rotors and pads were $250....

    Whoa Cowboy! :gasp:The rotors and pads were $250. The caliper paint kit was $40.

    As for performance, they don't have the best initial feel, and they are better warm than cold, but when you need...
  14. Thread: My New Brakes!

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    The kit is made by a company named G2 : ...

    The kit is made by a company named G2 :
    ...
  15. Thread: My New Brakes!

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    The Finished Product

    Ta Da!

    Front Brakes:
    http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b161/mhevezi/My%20Chevy/FrontDone2.jpg

    http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b161/mhevezi/My%20Chevy/FrontDone3.jpg

    Rear Brakes:
    ...
  16. Thread: My New Brakes!

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    My New Brakes!

    So I recently ordered some cross-drilled & slotted rotors with ceramic pads for my '04 1500 4x2, along with a red caliper paint kit. Swapped the fronts out, but the rears were too big, both the...
  17. Thread: De-badge!

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    Shouldn't this thread be named, "RE-badge?"

    Shouldn't this thread be named, "RE-badge?"
  18. Thread: Bed Liners?

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    The professional, spray-in liners (Line-X, Rhyno...

    The professional, spray-in liners (Line-X, Rhyno Liner, etc, etc) are about $400 per application, and they do all the prep work, and usually guarantee their stuff for life. So if you ever have an...
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    The wheels look good, but larger wheels always...

    The wheels look good, but larger wheels always make the brake rotors look hella small.

    Maybe time for an upgrade??

    I'll bet the truck handles a lot better, too.
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    Good to hear that the Volt is still on target. I...

    Good to hear that the Volt is still on target. I firmly believe that the Volt has so much momentum right now that dispite GM's financial woes, it will make it to production in 2010. Personally, I...
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    I agree 100% - 46 holes is a bit much. ...

    I agree 100% - 46 holes is a bit much.

    Honestly, I have seen many different types of spray on linings, and if cost were no object, I would still have it done professionally, but for around $100...
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    Yeah, the tailgate is beat up pretty good too,...

    Yeah, the tailgate is beat up pretty good too, but it's a truck so I'm not too worried about it. The handle and latch didn't even work when I bought the truck, but after some "home body repair", I...
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    Aaaaaand the Finished Product!! ...

    Aaaaaand the Finished Product!!

    http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b161/mhevezi/Truck%20Bed/Done1.jpg

    http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b161/mhevezi/Truck%20Bed/Done2.jpg
    ...
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    Here is the bed after the First Coat: ...

    Here is the bed after the First Coat:

    http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b161/mhevezi/Truck%20Bed/FirstCoat.jpg

    http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b161/mhevezi/Truck%20Bed/FirstCoat2.jpg
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    Here is the bed, after my prep: ...

    Here is the bed, after my prep:

    http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b161/mhevezi/Truck%20Bed/Prepped.jpg

    http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b161/mhevezi/Truck%20Bed/Prepped2.jpg

    The Kit...
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