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  1. Sold my truck last week, selling these King 2.5 coil overs. Less than 4,000 miles on them, they are set to about 2.5" of front leveling. They have seen dirt roads but nothing more. Great mod for anyone looking to increase handling and ride over stock. Control arms are not required however on 2016+ trucks with stamp steel arms its highly advised for any level system. Haven't had a minute to clean them up or grab packing material, will be able to send better photos then. Overall decent shape, there is marks at the adjustment collars and bottom of the shocks. KING PART NUMBER: 25001-148 $1000 Shipped (US only) Washington, mi 48095
  2. something I might consider in a few weeks if they don't sell locally, it's rather expensive to get these out. $200+ in shipping cost from what I recall
  3. OEM 22" Gm wheels for silverado, sierra, yukon, tahoe, and escalade. Removed from a 2018 truck, the wheels do have some scuffs and marks. The tires do show wear, mounted with TPMS installed. $1000 obo local pickup or will drive to meet for the right deal washington, mi
  4. Willing to travel to meet in areas of Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois for the right deal!
  5. For sale is a set of tri-fold running boards in great shape, includes required module. These can be retrofitted to 14-18 trucks using a harness, there is a topic on how to install these. Retrofit harness can be purchased from @pgamboa https://harnessdr.com/ $500 local pickup, will drive to meet for the right deal Washington, Michigan
  6. Bump, still have these for sale $500 local pickup will drive a little bit depending!
  7. I believe their similar to the 18 Denali ones which have been fitted on 16-18 base model/ higher up crew cabs through using the upfitter catalog. If anything my guess the At4 would have a pin out for GM lan & running board disable on the fuse block where you could tap into but would not have the same body harness as the Denali where the boards link up on the side of the frame. So essentially you might be able to retrofit them similar to others have done on the forum here. Truck is so new im sure theirs not much out on it, but comes down to how much you want them and if it can be done reasonable. My advice would be to pickup the Denali and work your way down to the look you want. Lot of the Denali parts have high resale!
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