Next, slide the LMC billet...
Next, slide the LMC billet base onto the splined column shaft and reinstall the column shaft nut to secure the base.
Set the LMC wheel at the 12...
Set the LMC wheel at the 12 o'clock position and secure the wheel to the base by installing the provided Allen screws
The LMC truck horn button...
The LMC truck horn button is compatible with the GM column. Install the horn hot wire to the plug-n-play terminal on the button. Then, insert the hot wire into the column. Provided in the kit is a ground wire. Install the ground wire to the horn button (note arrow) and steering wheel base.
With the horn wires hooked...
With the horn wires hooked up to their appropriate ends, the horn button is installed into the steering wheel by pressing the button in place.
The headliner comes preassembled...
The headliner comes preassembled and upholstered. On the backside of the plastic molding are several cutouts (note arrows), such as the dome light, triangular visor mounts and the retaining rail screw hole cutouts. These will need to be cut out with a razor blade.
When it comes time to install...
When it comes time to install the headliner, use either an adjustable pole jack, or grab some helping hands to hold the headliner in place. To secure the headliner, install the four retaining rails (each side of the headliner has a matching retaining rail) to the underside of the inner skin.
In cases where OEM
In cases where OEM
products are in good
shape, but just a little
faded, LMC Truck offers
is a spray-on refinisher
that works on plastic,
leather, vinyl, and
metal for a quick, easy
fix. It comes in multiple
colors, and it is thin
enough to let the natural
grain of a subject shine
through! In a nutshell
it's a quick spray time
with a 15 minute drying
period that results in a
showroom finish. The best part is Colorbond
won't crack or peel like spray paint.
The A and B-pillar covers...
The A and B-pillar covers were first hit with some Colorbond, and then installed. To install the pillar covers slide the ends of the pillars under the edge of the retaining rails. The indentations in the pillar covers will line up with the mounting holes on the retaining rails for a one screw install.
To install the LMC Truck visors,...
To install the LMC Truck visors, begin by removing the mounting rods from the original visors and slide them into the pockets of the new LMC Truck visors.
Next, mount the visors by...
Next, mount the visors by sliding the triangular mounting pad into the headliner cutout. From there, install the three screws and that’s that.
The rear dome light base installs...
The rear dome light base installs via two screws up into the cab. Before installing the base, remove the terminals from the original dome light and relocate them in the new base. Lastly, snap the dome light cover in place.
It’s like we were never there....
It’s like we were never there. And notice the absence of thumbtacks holding things together!