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    2014 Brownstone Silverado CC SB LTZ Z71 4x4

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  1. DL3 Mirrors For Sale

    Sold, thanks for looking!
  2. DL3 Mirrors For Sale

  3. DL3 Mirrors For Sale

  4. DL3 Mirrors For Sale

    Will ship for free....
  5. DL3 Mirrors For Sale

    BUMP... Still for sale
  6. DL3 Mirrors For Sale

    All you would have to do is run a wire to each mirror harness from under the dash (drivers side). Shouldn't be too difficult. mirrors are still available.
  7. DL3 Mirrors For Sale

    I upgraded to the tow mirrors and I am selling my DL3 mirrors off of my 2014 Silverado LTZ. These are in great shape and have all options (power fold, puddle lights, turn signals, auto dimming, chrome cap, ect...) I will let these go for $350.00 plus shipping. They are boxed up and ready to go when you are. Thanks for looking.
  8. Here is what I found after a little investigating. Seems to be coming from a broken body weld behind the dash. Will be making a trip to the dealership tomorrow!
  9. I would like to know how this is holding up as well. Mine is currently at the dealer with the same issue. They cant seem to find the "leak"
  10. I installed this kit about 2 months ago and no complaints so far. Ride doesn't seem to suffer much. It is a little stiffer when off road but when daily driving, I couldn't tell a difference. The angles aren't terrible either. I would like to see them a little flatter, especially the tie rods but only time will tell if this will cause a problem. The stance is exactly what I was looking for. I'm running 305/55r20s at +20 and I have room to go a little larger if I want. My only complaint is that you have to remove the factory skid plate to install the tiny excuse of skid plate that RC provides for the diff. All in all, not a bad kit.
  11. GM 22" Tire/Wheel Gloss Black Takeoffs

  12. WeatherTech is the way to go. I have had them on two trucks now with no issues. Install can be a pain on the rear windows but once they are in, you don't have to worry about them coming off. Their stone/bug guard on the other hand is not so great. Not a fan of anything that relies on 3M tape in high wind situations (WeatherTech didn't do this on previous models)
  13. GM 22" Tire/Wheel Gloss Black Takeoffs

    I could meet you down in the panhandle one weekend. I'm down there off an on during the spring/summer.
  14. I realize I misspelled Bilstein in the topic. I before E...... not sure how to edit.
  15. I am selling my 3" Torsion key lift for a 2011-2015 Chevy/GMC 2500HD I purchased this lift to install on my truck but ended up selling the truck. This kit is brand new and has been in the box since I received it in December. Kit includes: - Torsion keys for lifting the front end along with shock spacers. - 2.5" blocks for lifting the rear along with new u-bolts and nuts. - Bilstein 5100 series shocks for the front and rear. - Cognito Idler and Pitman arm support bracket kit. ($ 248.00 value) This kit will allow for 35" tires to be run at stock wheel backspacing. I paid over 750.00 for this kit. My loss is your gain. Asking $550.00 plus some help with shipping if needed.

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