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Kincer

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  1. Those chain links are long gone lol, you have to break the tabs off to get them off the grille, and they only fit on the LTZ grille, they won't fit on a LT etc. So they wouldn't do anyone else any good anyway.
  2. I would say it’s a little on the high side but not by much for a shop doing it, I have the exact same level and UCAs on my 17 and I love it, rides and drives great. All the research I’ve done says that tire size should be good, the worst you’ll have to do is maybe zip tie the bottoms of your fender liners back some. My 33x12.50x20s should be here tomorrow with 20x10 rims with a -24mm offset. Everything I read in many different places says that’s the worst I’ll have to do. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. Honestly I did a lot of research before leveling my 2017, I wanted that size tire with my stock 20s after all my research I went with the ReadyLift 2.25 level with their upper control arms, why GM cheaped out with that garbage I’ll never know. These UCAs have better ball joints and are designed for the level, I have no rubbing anywhere and it drives fantastic. I wouldn’t be happy with a 1.5 level and I doubt you would be either, just my opinion though. I think in the long run you’re better off changing the UCAs on the 17 and 18s. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. Installed my Highcountry grille along with black bowtie, the truck had the chain looking LTZ grille which I hated so I removed the chrome links and put a black billet aluminum tube grille inserts in and I liked that a lot better but still wasn't what I was looking for. Really happy with the look, now I'm thinking I may change the bumpers to body color like the Highcountry model. Also finally got and installed the driver's side assist handle, I'm a hundred miles behind a lot of you guys [emoji38] Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  5. Pic as promised but it doesn't do it justice. I can't believe how well this stuff makes it shine! Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  6. I gave the truck a good detail, clay bar, hand compound, and used some new stuff I've been using on my C4 and T/A called The Last Coat, man I love this stuff, I swear it's shinier the next day! I'll post up some pics tomorrow, getting pretty dark now.
  7. I think it looks BADASS! If the tires throw too much crap down the sides a set of flares will fix that problem.
  8. Didn't exactly do anything today except order a High Country grille, really like the look of these and finally pulled the trigger
  9. Just ordered one, $82 bucks screw it, if I get screwed Paypal will figure it out. That's a pretty good buy!
  10. Hi guys not on here much, I read more than post lol, anyway did a couple minor things to the truck today, first I removed the lower air dam, next I debadged it, and third I removed the factory side steps. Had the front windows tinted to match the rears this past week. I was tired of it looking like an old man truck, even though I'm getting to be an old man lol. I have MotoMetal 970s 20x10 on order with some 33/12.50/20 tires and a Flowmaster Outlaw exhaust. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  11. I did the Readylift 2.25 with the Readylift upper control arms, 1.5 Readylift add a leafs in the rear, I have the stock 20inch wheels with 275/60/20 Nitto Terragrapplers and it rides and drives better than stock, very happy with the results, I have no rubbing at all, those stock stamped upper control arms are garbage.
  12. Thanks for the insight, I think I'll be fine running just one inch spacers, I'm running the Readylift 2.25 leveling kit with their upper control arms and ball joints, 275/60/20s, and I'm lucky if I put a 100 miles a week on the truck, I should be good for a long time. It should just barely poke out of the fender well with the tire size I'm running. I'm still not sure if I'm gonna go this route yet or not, may just get 0 offset rims. Thanks again for your reply!
  13. Thanks for your reply and experience, the ones that I am looking at are 1inch Bora hub centric spacers so I’m looking in the right direction anyway. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  14. I've been doing a little research as far as how I like the look of the stock 20's with 1 inch spacers, it will give me the look I want without having to buy new rims. I've also been doing some research about buying quality spacers etc. I'm just looking for any real world experience with them from you all. Good, bad, what to do, what not to do etc. Any and all replies will greatly appreciated, Thanks in advance!
  15. I better check to see if mine is in the console lol, I have had trucks off and on for the last thirty years and have never put one on any of them, I've never really thought about it. with having an emissions and inspection sticker already there I don't really want another sticker there, two is bad enough.
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