Love mine, only real complaint is that the clamps don't hold and exhaust rotates a bit over time. Have tightened alot, doesn't help. I live on a bumpy road but it's still annoying. I guess my only recourse would be to put a weld on it.
Right - they will fit because you didn't change the rim size, 35's rub when you also go with new rims with a greater offset.
Anyone on here replace the black from grill with something else and want to sell the original black one? Tractor trailer had a blowout on the highway and left a hole in my grill from a giant piece of rubber. Gotta love retreads
I did the same, have had it for a year or so. Only issue I have is that the clamps don't keep exhaust in place. Although mine is regular cab long bed so the mount points and clamps might be better on yours.
I have gone this route already, they did updates and they replaced the entire head unit. Nothing has kept this from happening. Between this and the brakes squelling at 12k miles not good.
Is this still okay? My truck has been doing this since I got it over 2 years ago and all the radio fixes did nothing. And it does have the plow package like in the GM bulletin that was issued
For what it's worth Borla has been saying that for two year's now and never give a straight answer as to when. https://stainlessworks.net/lp/2020-chevy-silverado-hd-gmc-sierra-exhaust-headers-systems Has something new that I was intrigued by and would consider if I was still looking.
I have MBRP cat back on mine - I like it alright, sounds good, only thing I don't like is that no matter how many times I tighten the clamps the exhaust likes to move and rub on the guard next to the spare tire. I actually would have considered going with the stainless works option as it sounds really good and is also 305 stainless which was the key factor for me as I only want to do it once. The Borla option only sold by Chevy dealers wasn't available initially but is also a bit too quiet for my taste.
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