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lowpro

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    2021 Silverado

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  1. I would guess it is a phone issue. Maybe when your phone was first connected wireless was accidentally disabled. On your phone go to Settings > General > CarPlay tap "forget this car" then try setting up CarPlay again.
  2. Obviously that thread wasn't talking about lowering but there is good info regarding shims which is what his last question was about... Here is one on drop shackles specifically:
  3. I inquired about the Belltech 2/2 kit and this was their response: "The 2/2 will work with adaptive ride. The Denali that is pictured with that kit is a friend of ours that we did the install on."
  4. Your previous truck looks perfect - love the stance. Have been researching this as well. Exactly what I am looking to do w/ my 2021. I just sent switch suspension this question. Will update if/when I hear back from them. Otherwise I will talk w/ my local guy who has dropped a lot of magnaride trucks. I assume it is a fairly similar setup as kodiakdenali said.
  5. I believe hill start assist is only meant to hold you for a moment while your foot switches from the brake to the gas pedal.
  6. Thanks! Would like to see the final look
  7. Absolutely, they should be able to do this for you. We just had a remote start installed on the wife’s 2018 Acadia. Ordered the fobs at the parts counter and scheduled the install at service. https://accessories.chevrolet.com/product/2018/Chevrolet/Silverado 1500/remote-start-kit-84424015?categoryId=12001
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