I still own a 2000 Mustang GT with a Kenne Bell Twin Screw 2.1 kit and recently replaced the Flowmasters with some quieter mufflers because it was just too loud. They were the first mod I did to the car back in 2000 and now I'm a little older and wanted to hear the radio. I do remember Ford made mufflers for the old FR500 Mustang M-5230-M58 that were quiet until you open it up and a flapper inside the muffler would activate. I would definitely consider something like that for my 19 Silverado. Nice and subdued until you get a little rowdy.
I did find that Plasti Dip Selenite Gray is pretty close match, but not perfect a tiny bit darker. https://www.amazon.com/Performix-11357-Selenite-Plasti-Dip/dp/B06XDMWP9F/ref=sr_1_7?keywords=selenite+gray&qid=1577551738&sr=8-7
Domed black with red outline BD Trims (CHEVROLET) and these Ebay Cheapy (Silverado LT) which are not the same size as stock. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1x-GENUINE-SILVERADO-LT-Nameplate-Emblem-Badge-3D-1500-2500HD-OEM-Red-Line-F/163203153443?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649 I removed the Silverado badges on the front fenders. The fenders are soft aluminum and you really need to be careful.
It aligned fine and they added some caster according to the results sheet. I'm sure both control arms are somewhat droopy, but I really don't feel any abnormalities in the handling. It's a marked improvement over stock.
I actually tried painting one cap with Plastidip 11357 selenite gray. It was really close. I removed it the next day because it had a flaw and I just want the factory ones. a more skilled painter could surely do the entire mirror in that color and it would look good.
I just recently installed the new Eibachs and they have made a dramatic improvement over the stock front shocks. I already had Rancho adjustable 9000's on the rear for a few months and felt the difference between front and rear on large bumps especially at higher speeds on freeway bridge transitions. The 305/55-20 Dick Cepek Trail Country EXP tires are much heavier and stiffer (62lbs vs. 41) than stock tires so the front would bounce uncomfortably at times. The new shocks don't do that and feel smoother on smooth roads and a little rougher on bumpier roads, but not too rough. Over driveways and speed bumps they actually feel smoother and the truck doesn't bottom out or bounce up and down. I had and kept on a Superlift 2' leveling kit on front and set the new shocks to the second to the highest setting for a 3" total lift in front. So with the 2 inch rear blocks the truck measures 41" high all around. The truck used to rock side to side if you jiggled the steering wheel and felt like my old overloaded service van rocking when it did that. that too is gone.
Thank You, I've seen them on the High Country Models so I guess I will just have to wait until they become available.
Anyone know the part number for these in Satin Steel? There are a few colors available , but the Satin Steel ones I want/need are eluding me.
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