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OHC on my 2010

Some gaps in spots but maybe because its a 2010. Wiring next week and does anyone know the size of the bolts on th oh s handles?
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Looks pretty good up there. Sorry I don't know the bolt sizes
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clean install man, looks good. I wanna say the size is 10mm..or 12mm? not sure tho?
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the bolt size were something like 7/32.
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I wanna say they're a 5 or a 5.5....some weird *** size. Take those screws with you to a hardware store and replace 'em with phillips head machine screws!!! I did this when I did the pill grab handle conversion. EFF those weird sized hex head bs'ers!
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I'm pretty sure it is a 5.5mm bolt head. Do yourself a favor and buy a high quality socket. They will turn up more often than you would think and nothing beats having the right tool for the job.
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200 + socket set and no 5.5mm. Did know if I was going crazy or just drank to many that I could not find the socket. I was thinking 5.5 since 5 was to small and 6 was to big just did not know if it was standard. Thanks
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seriously im pretty sure you can make a 7/32 fit. i didnt have any metric when i did mine

EDIT. more i think about it its either 7/32 or 9/32. but a standard size will work.

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Did you ever get the wiring done?

I can't figure the VSS wire for my 2010....?
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Did you ever get the wiring done?

I can't figure the VSS wire for my 2010....?
It's under the hood on one of the big connectors on the firewall. I can't remember the colour at the moment... I'm at work but if you don't get an answer I can check tonight!
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I think I've got it sorted out now. Went to the dealer and it's the vi/wh going into the brown connector in the sjb.

Now to give it a try...
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do you have pic. just wondering if you had gaps too.
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i have a couple gaps in my 07. They changed the headliner just a tad over the years.
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i have a gap at the back edge by the little door the i cant get to close
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yeah the gaps are cos of the years...i think in 06 the headliner was changed. i used an orange/white (i think) wire inside my cab, and it worked, the wiring is also different in 08+ than 06-07
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You can use scrap pieces of material to push the headliner down and fill in the gaps some
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You can use scrap pieces of material to push the headliner down and fill in the gaps some
I've got a slight gap on the driver's side too.... going to have to try that!
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do you have pic. just wondering if you had gaps too.
I did end up with a gap at the back edge of it. I'm going to try repositioning the mounting bracket and see if that take s some of it out. I probably won't get to that right away but I'll post results and pics after I do...
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I filed the sides down a little bit to close-up the gaps-the area about where the dome light is. I just kind of flattened the curve where it meets the headliner out with a rasp-probably removed 1/8"-3/16" at the widest point. Tightened gaps up nicely.
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