Attached are a few trim pieces for sale from my 2018 Sierra SLT crew cab. License plate bracket kit 23354525 $20 shipped driver/passenger front door trim (Black) 23433430/23433433 $50 shipped for pair Driver a-piller missing retention clip (Gray) 23463713 - make an offer Front grill GMC emblem with a few broken tabs - make an offer I can get more pics if needed, just message me.
Here is my Sierra with blocks removed and co-workers Silverado with strut spacers (top) to level. He is working on getting new wheels and tires. I will try to get a pic of that, with it clean too lol
Same height here lol The truck is fairly level (just removed the blocks), slightly higher in the rear but a good looking stance for me. I was going to put the leveling kit on, rear blocks back and then the 60 series tire. I read enough threads on ride quality and fuel economy impact concerns that I put that idea on hold for now. A coworked has a leveled ‘08 Silverado that I like the stance of better, more truck/4x4 looking, but he also has a more aggressive tire look that helps add to that. If I remember when I take the truck out of the garage I will get a better side view pic.
If you don’t want to buy anything, you have two options (still going to cost $50-$150). Get new u-bolts and pull the rear blocks. Costs $50 and about 30 minutes. It is close to level but will still handle some tongue weight before the rear squats lower than the front. the other option is 2 inch leveling ket like the Rough Country one for $50. Tack on the cost of an alignment too. This will impact ride quality more from what I have read. It may also limit tire size. I am going to go with 275/60/20 tires on my setup when I need tires. I figured the extra tire height will help a hair (I think 1/2” on the radius) so it doesn’t look lowered and also fill out the gaps better. For the truck/4x4 look I like the leveling blocks for the front. For ease, cost and understood ride quality/fuel economy I like the rear block removal. I am short, so it lets me reach in the bed and under the hood too lol I think the front cones up a tick when lowering the back too, definitely avoids the plowing the ground look.
Interesting point. It seems that could be part of the “sun load” logics from a quick search. I noticed the other day I had to bump up the heat when it was cool out. I had the sunroof open, so I assumed I got it too warm inside or too much heat on a sensor. I still don’t know where the actual temp sensor is, but seeing this post makes me wonder if it was due to the light sensor.
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Nick helped me out after I saw a post of his to PM him on oil. I will be changing my rear cover out to the PLM one and wanted to go back with something other than the GM 75W85. Guys have had good success with Amsoil so I figured I would give it a shot. I saw a few mention going away from the 75W85 helped with some of the odd clunks, so why not try it myself? Nick was easy to get in touch with over PM, got me pricing fast and my oil showed up today. I ordered it late Sunday night. I figured with Thanksgiving this week it wouldn't come until next week. Less than 48 hours from the time I ordered (on a weekend), that was FAST! The only problem I have is I am still waiting on the cover Thanks Nick!
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