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Ben Berkenpas

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About Ben Berkenpas

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    ben berkenpas
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    grand rapids michigan
  • Drives
    2019 trailboss

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  1. leveling a trailboss

    What are your measurements. I have stock tires yet so your might be a little taller, but regardless of that, front should be the same height or a touch more than the back. My front is a half inch higher than the back according to measurement. I think it looks really nice. Huge improvement! I like it!
  2. leveling a trailboss

    Correct. Mine is a 1.5 Motofab. The one I posted in the link. What are you measurements to wheel wells? I wonder if the custom is a bit different in some way.
  3. That may be. I honestly know nothing about this lift. I do know that Rough Country lifts are usually on the cheaper end both in price and quality. But it may be an option for someone looking for a cosmetic look that doesn't really use it off road.
  4. Rough country has a kit that lifts the front 3" and 1.5" in the back. Only cost $700 and looks pretty simple to install. Way cheaper than the gm kit and actually levels the truck.
  5. leveling a trailboss

    I'm 41 to the back and 41.5 to the front. The bed of the truck however is still slightly higher in the back than it is at the cab. So I'm thinking this is about the perfect spot to be! Here is another pic of it to see the overall stance.
  6. Show Us Your 2019 & Up T1 Pictures !

    That is both AWESOME and Embarrassing at the same time!
  7. Show Us Your 2019 & Up T1 Pictures !

    I took my Trailboss sticker off the first day I had it. One if those things that 10 years from now we will look back and say "remember when Chevy made a "Trailboss!?"
  8. Sierra AT4 wheels and tires

    I'm a rule breaker! Installed a Motofab 1.5" under strut kit on my Trailboss! No problems so far and fixed that GM rake.
  9. wireless charging upgrade

    The one I used is like 3 years old. This one looks very similar. (but no guarantees). Because you won't be able to see any part of it I would think any 3 could charger would work. You'll just have to take it apart (mine had 12 tiny Philips screwdriver holding it all together then I cut some if the plastic off with a Dremel) https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F252760579426
  10. Show Us Your 2019 & Up T1 Pictures !

    If you stick a level on the top of the box side, it's still too low in the front. I've always lifted trucks based on level box sides not measurement off ground to wheel openings. Old square body Chevy's in the 80's, the front wheel well was about 2 or 3 inches higher to the front wheel wells so you had to base level on the box. I think it turned out great and I wouldn't have wanted to go any less. Just my opinion!
  11. Show Us Your 2019 & Up T1 Pictures !

    truck is sitting on a level surface and tires are straight in this picture. The angles really look fine to me!
  12. wireless charging upgrade

    That inside cover is really just compression fit. I took a small putty knife, got one corner started and it all just pops out. there's little pegs that go into rubber grommets so when you're ready to put it back on you just push it all back in and it's good. You do have to make sure that you're pushing the button on the council that you normally would push to open the council while you're poppin it off as those two little ears that go in and out will hinder that cover from coming off
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