Any tonneau covers out there for a toolbox that's in the bed of the truck or pics of you guys having any? I've seen two but they are like $400-500 so something cheaper would be nice(I have a 5'8" bed)
So I have a 2.5" front and 3" rear kit from Motofab I'm wanting to install but all the quotes I've gotten are $500 and one $425 with alignment which all seems high for a simple install. I say I could do it myself, being a 23 year old, and I'm a farmer so I know my way with a wrench but being I have such a new truck scares me a bit on working on something like this. Also since my schedule is usually so busy I can't really find time dropping off my truck for a full day and the only day I have free is some Saturdays and Sundays. So I thought I'd try to get a tally of how many of you have done it yourself
Found a refurbished edge programmer on ebay, https://www.ebay.com/itm/Refurbished-Edge-Products-85450-CTS2-Gas-Evolution-Programmer/262690774170?epid=671847178&hash=item3d29971c9a:g:1XQAAOSwo4pYD4tL&vxp=mtr, from a good seller whos sold 140 it looks like. But i was wondering if this is good idea or buy? really dont want to buy a new one at $600
I'm sure this has been asked and there's probably threads on this already, so feel free to link them I couldn't find many. But I was wondering if you guys have pictures of your leveled trucks with the stock wheels. I'm going to install my level soon and don't really want to get tires right away since mine have so much tread left, they have like 5,000 miles on them. Thanks
Gingerly replied to Gingerly's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra 1500I'm going for 285/60R20
Gingerly posted a topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra 1500So I got a quote today for a shop to install my motofab level today and they said it'll be $500 with the alignment and for the set of Duratrac it'll be $1974.80 with mounting, balanced, and installed. Is this fair pricing?
I have a 2014 chevy, I bought the motofab 2.5 inch front and 3 inch block for my truck. I wanted to know if I could fit 295/60r20 on my stock rims with no rubbing if I don't do trimming. If I can't I'll just do 285/60r20. The pic as my profile pic is my truck and those are the rims too.
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