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    2020 Silverado 1500 High Country 3.0 Duramax 4WD

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  1. Updated listing. These are still available and we are willing to ship per buyers instructions. Still in the original factory packaging they arrived in from Bushwhacker.
  2. - 2020 High Country 3.0 Duramax - 6" BDS lift kit 1803H - 22" x 10" -18 offset Fuel Blitz - 35" x 12.5" Nitto Ridge Grapplers - Bilstein 5100's - EGR flares - Hypertech inline calibrator - Bak Revolver X4s - Weigh Safe hitch 10" drop
  3. #BWR40927-34 https://www.bushwacker.com/product-detail/BWR40927-34/fender-flares-pocket-style-color-black-smooth-finish-4-pc These are Brand new, never mounted. All factory hardware and instructions included. No story, just bought two sets and preferred the other style. ***Can ship.
  4. BDS 6" kit 1804H for the 3.0 Diesel - No issues with any of the technology on the truck surprisingly completely compatible and mine is fully loaded - Did not have to re-aim my headlights (another surprise and no oncoming flashes after a month of driving with the kit) - I did need the Hypertech device to recalibrate the Speedometer (was off by ~8% but now back to spot on) - The recalibration was also needed to restore my original shift points otherwise it was very noticeable, felt like it was dragging or hangin up (all good now) - The kit came with the upper control arms so that's a plus - I'm using the front spacers from the kit but upgraded to Bilstein 5100's set to stock height up front - Running the standard BDS shocks that came with the kit in the rear (no issues, ride fine) - Wheels are 22x10 -18 offset Nitto Ridge Grapplers are 295/55/22and did a lot of mud flap trimming and will most likely add flares soon and totally remove the mud flaps as with this much poke it slings water, mud, etc down the sides - Overall very happy with the upgrades and especially the way the truck looks and rides (very smooth, controlled and predictable) - Also the Auto 4wd feature still seems to function normally to date in limited testing - What would I do differently to do it over again? I wouldn't have procrastinated so long about upgrading to BDS, the extra cost is definitely well worth it after coming off a well known low cost alternative on my last truck
  5. Fuel Blitz 22x10 -18 offset Nitto Ridge Grapplers 295/55R22
  6. 2020 Silverado 1500 High Country 4wd 3.0 Diesel - BDS 6" lift kit - Bilstein 5100's - Fuel Blitz 22" x 10" -18 offset - Nitto Ridge Grapplers 35's 295/55R22
  7. I'll play (and yes I made a few good moves and few no so good, ok... so DON'T JUDGE ME! LOL). - 1999 Chevy Silverado 1500 LT extended cab 2wd 5.3 - 2000 Ford F150 original Harley edition 2wd 5.0 - 2004 Ford F250 Harley edition 4wd turbo diesel - 2007 Chevy Avalanche 4wd 5.3 - 2012 Chevy Avalanche 4wd 5.3 - 2014 Chevy Silverado 2500HD LT 4wd 6.0 - 2016 Chevy Silverado 2500HD LTZ 4wd 6.0 - 2020 Chevy Silverado 1500 High Country 4wd 3.0 - 2022 ??? Probably going to stay "as-is" but who knows ??? I've enjoyed every one of these trucks and none of them ever failed me or spent time in the shop.
  8. This link might help: https://help.summitracing.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/4643/~/is-backspacing-related-to-wheel-offset%3F
  9. I'm looking for a 3.5" - 4" leveling kit that doesn't destroy the CV angles..... if that even exists? I've been shopping around no luck yet with the photo proof but Zone Customer Support claims their 3.5" Adventure kit would fit the bill, not ruin the CV angles and you can still use Auto 4wd. Anyone here that has this kit and can vouch for that claim? What other options are out there that can level in that range w/o rendering Auto 4wd useless? I'd like to do something soon but unless you guys come through I may have to wait for Zone, BDS or Cognito to have their new T1 4" "lift kits" available.
  10. With no ARC in play, does any know how much stiffer/harsher we should expect the Dever mini pack to make ones ride with a Denali or High Country?
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