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    2011 Silverado 1500 extended cab Z71
  1. Spray In Bedliner

    It probably is just a piece of plastic. Grab some balsa wood and get whittling.
  2. Spray In Bedliner

    It’s just a shape. I’m sure there’s some Chevy bow tie chotski out there that would work.
  3. Finally!

    Good looking truck.
  4. Spray In Bedliner

    What he said. It’s just a form they stick to the bedside and them cover with the liner. Rhino Liner and LineX both used to regularly do it with their logo’s.
  5. leveling a trailboss

    Harder - full lift up front so you end up with 4” of properly designed lift. Easier - put a smaller block in the back to drop it down level with the front.
  6. Spray In Bedliner

    That’s what I hoped to hear. Thanks guys.
  7. leveling a trailboss

    Because the ball joints would be at 4” of droop angle all the time and the CV’s which might be upgraded for 2” of lift probably would be maxed out again at 4”.
  8. Spray In Bedliner

    Don’t have one myself but am curious about the factory spray in liner. Is it as good as the aftermarket professional spray in liners?
  9. Chevrolet dealership that sells in bulk like Laura GMC?

    Thanks. I actually just discovered them.
  10. I will be in the market for a crew cab truck next year. Last year while searching for my wife’s Yukon we became aware of Laura GMC and their huge fleet of lower priced vehicles. Is there a Chevrolet dealership anywhere that follows the same business plan? I’m not afraid to travel.
  11. leveling a trailboss

    That was my concern. Stacking a 2” level with spacers on a 2” level via shocks is still 4” of sketchy lift. There are higher angle capable CV’s out there so it is possible GM has invested in that technology.
  12. leveling a trailboss

    It does actually have new CV axle shafts. Not sure if they are higher angle capable or something?
  13. It’s a protective coating they put on the exhaust pipe when it is made to prevent rusting. It’s that plasticy feeling on new exhaust pipe.
  14. leveling a trailboss

    None of the parts shown will fix the ball joint or steering angles.
  15. leveling a trailboss

    Right...but that doesn’t do anything about the increased angles the ball joints and steering are operating at. 2” level is probably okay...4”...highly doubtful.

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