spoolindawg started following AVS Low Profile vent shades, Calling out trucks with 20" Rims and Bilstein shocks, 275/60r20 tires and and 3 others
spoolindawg replied to UrbanRage's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsI was running the same set up, 275/60r20 ko2s and didn’t rub at all even before the bilsteins. i had my maxed out and it sat damn near perfectly level
2017 LTZ 4X4 Texas edition current mods 20% tint over factory privacy glass all around Black bow ties Westin HDX nerf bars Bilstein 5100's all 4 corners (highest setting in front) BF goodrich KO2 275/60r20 De-badged doors AVS low profile vent shades eventually when work slows down i am going to color match the grill and headlight trim pieces.
Heres the Westin HDX installed on my 17 LTZ. Fairly easy install, would have been a lot easier if the damn brackets were labeled, didn't even use the instructions as they were not very understandable. Also had hell getting one of the bolts started, ended up being some slag inside of the bolt hole on the running board. Not a fan of the way any boards look but couldn't justify the Amp researches, i also have a a very expensive gun and watch addiction I need to feed lol.
I wouldn't call the bils at the highest setting rough but theres no bounce really compared to the factory shocks i replaced. bumps are a quick jolt. It can be a little hash at times but ill take that over the bouncing up and down any day. 5100s at highest setting on 275/60r20 KO2's
I already have the fronts installed at the highest setting and tomorrow the rears should be here (5100). Hoping that they provide less bounce when pulling my trailer empty. heres my truck actually clean for a change. 275/60r20
Hey everyone, i was looking for some rain guards/vent shades and found these low profile AVS shades that i decided to try out. I couldn't find any pictures online other than the factory images so after they came in and i installed them i figured i would post pics for anyone else that is/was interested in the same shades. At first i thought they might be TOO low profile but i can roll the windows down a good 2 inches without water coming in to the vehicle. They aren't the best for smokers though (like myself) You may have to roll the window down further than you would with the normal style shades.
I never measured mine but from what I gathered most are getting 2 inches out of the 5100s. My truck seems to have settled a little, it looked higher at first. I have put about 200 miles on the truck so far.
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