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FHLH

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About FHLH

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  • Birthday October 9

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  • Name
    Jason
  • Location
    houston
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    earning 20 percent
  • Drives
    2016 Silverado 1500 z71 LTZ+

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  1. The rancho shocks... swapped in Bilsteins and couldn't be happier Remote start, but no keyless go... ridiculous. The v4 mode. since disabled. woulda liked to have had a 6.2, but I bought used. other than that, can't really complain
  2. Subscribed! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. FHLH's 2016 Silverado CC LTZ Z71

    Really like this setup, but changes are coming Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I think I’m going to the parts store to gather the original nuts and replace the Bilstien versions. This should be a simple swap, correct? I.E. I should not need to do anything but remove and replace? Thanks for the insight Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Could someone with knowledge take a photo of the nut we are talking about? Additionally, anyone have this gm part number handy? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. This! I've owned plenty of Dodge Rams in my time. Solid trucks and have give me the same amount of troubles as any of the Ford or GM's I've ever owned... Funny thing is, all 3 of them needed a premature rear-end rebuild.
  7. Mine has started doing this too, I believe it’s well documented here somewhere. I’m just taking mine back to the installer and having them fix it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. FHLH's 2016 Silverado CC LTZ Z71

    Yup. Switched back. The factory wheels are getting powered coated high gloss black. Should have them on in the next month or so. On thing I’ll add... the best mod (besides the pad that keeps the keys from banging on the column) is disabling the cylinder deactivation. Drivability is so much better and i get the same CITY mpg and since we drive 80+mph here in Texas, it was rarely engaged on road trips. I also think the 8spd trans shifts better too.I highly recommended it Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. FHLH's 2016 Silverado CC LTZ Z71

    Solid wheel, especially for the price. I do like them but I get bored so I’m gonna give the powered coated factory 18’s a go. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. FHLH's 2016 Silverado CC LTZ Z71

    I’ve had this truck for a year and overall I’m impressed. Yes, there are times I miss keyless entry and the 8-speed has a mind of its own sometimes, it’s been a good truck. I would purchase again, but would look harder at the 6.2l The 5.3 is more than enough, but I like grunt! Also, I experimented with various exhausts and if I had to do over again, I would have just bought a Corsa and been done with it. The chrome... hate it. Love the luxury of the LTZ+ package, but the chrome door handles and mirror caps are ridiculous. I swapped them out for the cheap black bits, but I have silver replacements ready to go, just need to install them. All in all looking for another good year with this truck. Here’s a pic of how it looks a year later More to come, new silver handles and caps, I’m currently having the factory wheels powered coated high gloss black so expect and updated photo shoot soon. Oh, still mulling adding a sub to the Bose system. Thanks for looking! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. besides all that, the Denali Ultimate is quite the upgrade over his current trim package. I'd do it.
  12. The bracket holes come elongated so you can slide them up and down how you like.
  13. yeah, I have them tucked pretty tight to the body. Used a floor jack to help me do it.
  14. Added a ReadyLift kit out back to get a lil more rake after the Bilstein 5100 install. I’m pleased with the results. It’s a shame GM refused to make its 4x4 look like a 4x4 from the factory. I had to do it myself Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. FHLH's 2016 Silverado CC LTZ Z71

    Added Readylift rear blocks to compliment the Bilstien 5100s and add 1” of rake to the back of the truck. A 4x4 z71 should have come from the factory like this, IMHO. I’m happy with the results Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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