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  1. This isn't a hellwig just to be clear, this is a Nolathane new rear sway bar. I was test mule for it. Its just 2mm bigger than hellwig and still 3 hole adjustable. Technically they dont have a front bar listed for a silverado but the 2015 Tahoe bar should definitely fit. Which is a 38mm. https://www.nolathane.com.au/product_detail_REV.php?year=2014&make=Chevrolet&model=Tahoe&trim=LT&part_number=REV003.0118
  2. Installed a rear sway bar The red looks sooooo good under the truck. Now I am not jealous of the TRD sway bars on the Tundras!! Feels really solid just driving around normal. I have it in the middle setting. Im going to purchase the front sway bar to match and the whole truck should feel solid even being slightly lifted Clears my full size 33" spare no problem. Air lift bags aren't in the way or anything. Everything fits great. The end-links are adjustable as well for higher lifted trucks, but these will only go up just a few MM more.
  3. Installed a rear sway bar The red looks sooooo good under the truck. Now I am not jealous of the TRD sway bars on the Tundras!! Feels really solid just driving around normal. I have it in the middle setting. Im going to purchase the front sway bar to match and the whole truck should feel solid even being slightly lifted Clears my full size 33" spare no problem. Air lift bags aren't in the way or anything. Everything fits great. The end-links are adjustable as well for higher lifted trucks, but these will only go up just a few MM more.
  4. Installed a rear sway bar The red looks sooooo good under the truck. Now I am not jealous of the TRD sway bars on the Tundras!! Feels really solid just driving around normal. I have it in the middle setting. Im going to purchase the front sway bar to match and the whole truck should feel solid even being slightly lifted Clears my full size 33" spare no problem. Air lift bags aren't in the way or anything. Everything fits great. The end-links are adjustable as well for higher lifted trucks, but these will only go up just a few MM more.
  5. here! https://www.amazon.com/s?k=cupholderhero+2015+silverado&ref=nb_sb_nosshttps://www.amazon.com/s?k=cupholderhero+2015+silverado&ref=nb_sb_noss my config was 2015 silverado, crew cab bench seat up front
  6. Installed maybe 1/4 of the cupholderhero stuff. There are so many pieces. So many cubbies in the k2 don’t pay attention to the crack in the arm rest
  7. ****ing so true on the " if there having a bad day, so are the people that are on the delivery route" Also the eating out thing. Its not even enjoyable anymore.
  8. I work for a company who is doing sway bars for these trucks so I will be using mine for test fit
  9. Hmmmm could be. I’m doing a front and rear sway bar upgrade soon anyways so I’ll be on poly. So at least it will be changed
  10. The RC one i have didn't seem aluminum but like a really hard hard plastic.
  11. I have some fairly gnarly speed bumps at my complex and recently in SoCal its been about 39-42* in the morning and every bump i hit around 3-5mph i get this horrible loud noise that comes from the front of the truck. The truck is on stock shocks and springs, Max Trac lift spindle and RC lower strut lift 2" spacer. I am thinking maybe is the fender liner being kinda frozen??? I have no clue. or the springs binding? Noise is completely eliminated when i get home after its a little warmer.
  12. Off topic, but why are you driving in tow/haul mode if the trucks tuned? Shouldnt the shift points be better?
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