grapedrinkesha replied to Jim+'s topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500Mine's getting the heads replaced too, I smelled coolant and they said it was leaking out of one of the head bolts. This is worrying and doesn't give me too much confidence in the engine's reliability...
GM calls this is a skid plate but it's just a piece of the front air dam on a 2016 Silverado, I switched over to the all black one and am selling this one. I had a person interested in buying it but they were in CA and $50 was the cheapest I could ship it for so it just wasn't worth it. They go for around $100 new. $50 OBO
My dads 14 and my 16
Was it easy to remove the front valance? I am working with a buddy to custom fab a piece of aluminum to get rid of the valance and still line up with the rest of the front bumper.
Just as a frame of reference, my rims are 20x10 with a -19 offset. I have 305/55/20's as well, and as you can see they stick out but in my opinion just the right amount.
Good looking truck!!
I agree, that looks awesome! I would just prefer not to spend $350 to not have a lower valance lol
Are you aware of any other way to completely remove the lower valance completely without going with the Mazzulla skidplate?
To be honest I'm not 100% but I can say that I didn't rub too bad but still trimmed plastic. With your offset I would think you would clear suspension and would just be rubbing plastic if anything.
I have the same setup (33x12.5 -19) but I have different wheels and tires. That's a good lucking truck!!
Love the white! Good lucking truck!
That makes sense, thanks for the clarification
So you swapped the 2.25" blocks for the 1"?
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