I need a little guidance - bought my '17 SCREW back in early Feb. of this year (from a Hyundai dealership). Had an inspection done by a 3rd party company and everything ... all checked out. Before I picked it up, the dealership went out of their way to try and replace a broken/missing aftermarket fog in the bumper (to their credit ... and it was in the inspection report). In fact, it was on the lift in the shop when I got there. Long story, short - I wound up taking the lights they bought in a box plus a couple hundred bucks as an apology for the delay, and had them just button it up because it was taking too long. Fast forward a week and I'm under the truck and notice the entire front skid plate assembly is gone. Was there in all the photos and on the inspection report. Service tech was in a hurry and left it all on the shop floor when they pulled it out for me to drive. Contact the sales guy and get a call from the GM of the dealership - they're gonna send the parts my way. FF again - they only sent me the larger plate and handful of bolts - missing all the other parts (including the support at the rear of the big plate). Talk w/ the GM again - he commits to "making it right..." and says if they can't find the missing parts, they'll order it all for me, new. And then pandemic. Being in the TV ad biz - I know dealerships are hemorrhaging during the quarantine. I decide the only chance I got at ever seeing these parts is letting them get back on their feet before I call back again and shake the tree. And we're present... my question/suggestion request is this. If I don't get the needed parts to re-install stock plates. Anyone like any aftermarket plate kits? Is it just worth it to find my missing parts and buy those? Anyone selling stock parts? Sorry - long story. Thanks for any insight you can offer.