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About Clemsontiger88

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    2017 CCSB Z71 4x4

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  1. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Looks awesome! Tell me more about your front bumper set up with the removal of the entire lower valence
  2. As the title says I have a 2017 Silverado 1500 for sale. The truck currently has 16,800 miles but is going up as it is my daily driver. Asking $35,499. I have a clean title in hand. I purchased the truck new in September 2017 i have attached my Craigslist ad as well mods: -2” leveling kit -285/65/18 General Grabber ATX ~2,500 miles on them -tinted windows Thanks https://greenville.craigslist.org/cto/d/2017-chevrolet-silverado-z71/6676328651.html
  3. Well mine just died 45 min ago and wouldn’t start. Rolled it out of the driveway and jumped it. Fired right up. Pretty sure I didn’t leave anything on. Last drove it to church Sunday. Didn’t drive it at all today. Had the battery checked a couple weeks ago and was told it was good (3.5 years old). Need to put a voltmeter on the alternator but can’t find mine... off to advance tomorrow morning
  4. I just bought my dad’s 2010 with 176k. Ive done new brakes and fluid, tranny flush, rear diff, new spark plugs, new starter (was really weak so had it replaced), oil pump, and oil pressure switch. Also, thinking of AFM delete. Not sure tho. Truck was bought new by him and it has been very well kept and driven very easily it’s whole life I just posted a new thread above yours about what to go with for new suspension. Leaning towards Rancho quick lift but interested in the fox 2.0 however they cost more than double the ranchos.
  5. Hey guys. I just bought my dad’s 2010 Silverado crew cab with 176k miles on it. Truck has had a daystar leveling kit on it for many years but the suspension is noticeably worn out. I want to replace all 4 corners and keep the front leveled without reusing the spacer. I’m looking at the Rancho quick lift kit which is around $500 for all 4 shocks or the the fox 2.0 kit which is around $1100 for all 4 shocks. I want best bang for my buck. Are the fox’s really worth more than double the price? And will the Rancho actually put the front end up level with the rear? I’m leaning Rancho at the moment but would like to hear some opinions. Couldn’t really find anything in search comparing these 2 kits. Thanks!
  6. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Rancho quick lift or fox 2.0 performance? Rancho quick lift kit is about $500 for front and rear while the fox 2.0 is about $1100 for front and rear. Best bang for buck? thanks
  7. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    2” Level up front. 305/55/20 AMP Terrain Grippers
  8. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Finally got some new shoes
  9. Thanks for the reply. I will plan on doing that.
  10. So i am selling my 2017 Silverado 1500 privately. I have multiple people interested and wonder if it is a good idea to tell them to come look at the truck at the same time. Has anyone ever done this? Maybe get a bidding war? Or cause fight to happen? Thanks,
  11. Do you have a write up on it or any kinda drawings/ measurements? Is it as simple as taking the valence off and getting some dom tubing bent and welded up? Also, did you weld it to the frame or make brackets? Still have tow hooks? Thanks
  12. Where did you get th prerunner skid to replace the lower valence? Looks incredibly good
  13. Dealer added heated seats?

    Appreciate all the replies and suggestions. Gonna look into katzkins with the heat element. I like the idea of the buttons on the sides of the seats Likarok!
  14. Hey guys I have a 2017 LT Z71 all star with cloth and non heated seats. Can the dealer add the heated seats? Has anyone had this done? If so, so how much did it cost? Id like to to get custom leather installed, but what are leather seats if they aren’t heated? And I don’t want non factory buttons somewhere. Would want the factory ones. Any input appreciated. Thanks pic of my truck:

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