Yea I’m talking about the build in the article quoted. Unless I’m messing something? looks like $2400 for the stage 2 $1850 for the front coils $699 for the control arms $1249 the piggyback rear shocks not even including the skid plate or the add a leafs they did...
Tleesmith14 replied to Mileguru's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsDo share I’d be interested In having this
I used the 3m tape to stick them just under the rockers. I just simply cut the wires back 2 or 3 inches from the lights and then built my own harness in when I built my harness for the tri mode steps
The dash switch part # I used was 23180146. I don't know if you need this or not. I couldn't get mine to work until I installed then they worked no problem. The switch part number 23180146 however is a fully loaded switch. It has traction control hill braking cargo/bed lights, pedal mover, parking sensors, and lane keep, and the bars. I don't know if there is an option with ones that only you maybe looking for with an LT vs LTZ which I have. The nut/nutsert are available at autozone I believe 8mm but could be wrong. On the harness I made my own following phils diagrams wasn't the easiest wiring job I have every done but it is doable.
Looks good and this is a kit I am very interested in getting..what size tire did you go with? Did the 1/4 spacer keep all 4 tires in the same track or do the fronts stuck way out like you see with alot of the chevys? You say ride quality nothing out of the ordinary how does it compare to stock? Does your truck sag much when towing?
Yea I’m not sure if it would or wouldn’t. I will tell you this when I changed in the one with the tri steps, mine did just plug and play I didn’t have to add an additional wires to the switch or get an bcm programming. But not sure if hill assist would be same.
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