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  1. I have noticed a huge difference in the rear end since installing these shocks. I have the fronts on order as well. You don’t need to jack the truck up to swap them out. Just a 21 mm socket and wrench. Just need to muscle up the new shock to get it to align on the bottom mount. No biggie though. hope you enjoy them!
  2. I just ordered a set for the rear for my 5.3 LT. I’m tired of the wandering rear end over bumps and ride. Supposed to be delivered today, will install and give an update later.
  3. The PC offers tons of options that suits your driving. As long as you don’t make adjustments while driving you shouldn’t have a problem. I have one and love it. However, I was thinking about getting a tuner for a little more money. Decided to go with the PC because it’s easy on and off. Hope that helps
  4. I have one currently on my 19’ LT. I put bigger wheels and tires and power seemed delayed. The pedal commander does help with removing that delay with tons of choices based on how aggressively you drive. I think it is worth the money, although it is a bit expensive. I would recommend if you want a little more pep off the line. Easy way to remove the delay.
  5. One of the first things I did was debadged the tailgate. Looks so much cleaner. Also took the Silverado logos off the front fenders. Recommend the adhesive remover wheel from Amazon.
  6. I love it! I’ve been driving on city +2 and that seems to be the sweet spot for me. Does what it says and you can customize it to your liking. Highly recommended.
  7. I have a 19 Silverado LT and installed the Flowmaster FlowFX. For $600, its a complete stainless cat-back. It drones a little bit through. When you give it gas it sounds amazing. There are some good videos on youtube.
  8. I used the ReadyLIFT 2.0” leveling kit. They are slightly more expensive than other spacers/levels, but, you get what you pay for. Part #66-3920
  9. Hey guys, My 2019 LT looked like that buff dude at the gym that forgot leg day. As soon as I got my truck I knew those 17s had to go. I found a guy who owned a tire shop selling brand new Trail Boss wheels/tires and I I jumped all over them. It completely transformed the look! But, before I made the move on them I was trying to do my research to make sure that I wouldn’t have any fit issues. The newer design with round wheel wells takes the new 33” tire with ease. Plus, my truck, or all 19 Silverados?, sit a little high from the factory so it looks like it has a little lift. I didn’t get the truck for good MPG, I bought it for utility. I drove about 2,000 miles on the stock 17s and was averaging about 18 MPG. With the 33’s, driving more or less the same routes, I averaged about 16.5 MPG. Not a bad loss of mileage considering a drive mostly city. Anyways, here are before and after pictures. Wheels are OEM Trail Boss 18” and the tires are Goodyear Duratrac in 275/65/18. I subsequently added a 2” front strut level. Pictures are before the level. If you have any questions about the fit, ride or anything else hit me up. I remember when I was looking for info and couldn’t find anything! Just here to help.
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