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About vhreso

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    2018 Silverado 1500

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  1. I bought one from autozone that had a plate welded down from top to bottom. Much better design than the stock.
  2. My condenser just went on my 2018 silverado. It was 2 months out f warranty and only 34000 miles. I called GM and they said they may help cover it but they took way too long. The dealer quoted me 1400. I fixed it myself for less than $200. GM took 2 weeks to call me back. Living in florida with young children I just couldnt wait that long.
  3. That happened to mine as well. The fuse wasnt blown. I just took the fuse out and put it back in and it fixed the problem.
  4. I have 22X12 -44 offset with 35" tires. I was hoping to only need to do minor trimming but i ended up having to a norcal mod and minor trimming on the front valence.
  5. I installed the fabtech gen 2 a couple months ago and have no issues at all with it. I picked that lift because of the factory track width. I wanted to run a 12 wide wheel without sticking out farther then needed.
  6. 12 pro works so i dont see why the mini wouldnt.
  7. Beautiful truck! I am considering this lift as well! How do you like it? Any negatives worth mentioning? I am looking at this lift mainly due to the front track width not changing.
  8. I am considering these two lifts mainly because they claim that they do not widen track width. The fabtech basic gen 2 6" lift and the McGaughys 7-9" lift set at 7" both claim to not widen the track width. Ive read conflicting things about the track width on the McGaughys but they claim that at 7" the width remains stock. Any pro's or con's for either of these lifts? Its a 2wd truck so my options are limited. Thanks for the help and insight! Im hoping to make a decision and order very soon!
  9. I am planning on lifting my truck and changing the wheels in the very near future. I want to run 35" tires with a negative offset wheel so I need to lift 6 or more inches. I have a 2018 silverado rwd that im lifting for looks not off road performance. I know zone is very popular but id rather not widen the front track width. I read that fabtech gen II 6" and mcgaughys set at 7" do not widen that track width. Any others? Also i thought i saw the mcgaughys economy lift available before but now im unable to find it. Thank you for the help and info!
  10. I have a 2018 silverado 2wd. I want to lift it in the very near future purely for looks as my truck will not be going off road. I am debating on what to do since i have limited options being a 2wd. I know that zone is always recommended but i was wondering how it compares to mcgaughys lift? Do they both widen your stance? I want to run 35's so ill have to lift 6+ inches from my understanding. My biggest concern is the wheel width / offset. I personally do not want my wheels sticking way outside of the fenders. I do like a slightly aggressive stance but i want to avoid going overly wide
  11. I do crossfit and am in the same situation as you, sweaty with no available shower. I change my shirt and i have a towel seat cover that clips around my seat. Not this exact one but very similar. towel seat cover
  12. I would love for this to be done as well! It has always bothered me that the volume is on the right.
  13. I used motofab also. Aluminum block, cheap and easy to install!
  14. I originally wanted a 2.5 or 3" level. The cons out weighed the pros for me. At 2" it looks level. The 1/2" or so difference front to back is not noticeable at all. The added stress on everything is what made me choose to skip the 2.5 or 3" and go with the 2". If i decide to go higher ill go with a full lift.
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