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Jeremiah Levy

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    Jeremy
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    Austin, TX
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    2021 Silverado 1500 5.3 LT Texas Edition RWD

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  1. Been wanting to swap my jump seat for a console and I've been keeping an eye on car-part but I'm a little confused and wondering if anyone had advice... When looking on car-part I search for Silverado 1500 interior/console(front) but almost everything listed under that is the upper led/garage buttons. Is this the right spot? Also the few I have seen always look to be missing that fakeish wood trim pieces on the top sides, do I need to order those seperate? What is the full year/model list I can use for a 21 1500 lt? Thank you!
  2. Ive had my truck for about 3 months now and for some reason today I just noticed my oil pressure jumping all around as I drove. I thought it was weird then my wife text me to say there was oil in the driveway today too. Any thoughts? Is this normal? While moving I'm at 60, slowing down its about 45, and stopped its 30. 2021 1500 LT 5.3 RWD https://photos.app.goo.gl/ejqp6KjME5TXbTwb8
  3. I've had this since 2019 with two dogs, has worked perfectly. I have the standard not the XL size. Vailge Bench Dog Car Seat Cover for Back Seat, 100% Waterproof Dog Car Seat Covers, Heavy-Duty & Nonslip Back Seat Cover for Dogs,Washable & Compatible Pet Car Seat Cover for Cars, Trucks & SUVs https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07R1MV14F/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_9WAPDY3JXKAGJ61SQYPT?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
  4. Haven't been able to find this for our gen trucks. Got a good deal on new bumpers but they have sensor holes and I don't have sensors on my truck. Assuming there is no way to add front and rear parking sensors to an 1500 LT so is there any options for plugs to fake the sensors? Just beg a body shop for broke ones?
  5. A level kit will void the warranty on any effected parts. If your engine blows, that's covered. If your UCA snaps, that's on you for leveling it.
  6. http://www.rostra.com/source-power-automatic-12-volt-power-supply.php
  7. Awesome, Thank you! He's actually keeping the rear blocks so could I just buy a rear lift for an LT and it would all stay kosher or do I 100% need rear steel leafs? I think I had read on another thread wither it was stock or blocked the rear leaf's should incur much of a difference if any at all, its roughly the same amount of connective area?
  8. I guess to clarify a guy locally put a bds kit on his trail boss with 400mi and is selling all his stock parts for $100. Figured that would be easier and cheaper than any other lift I was looking at. Also as noted the lift is mainly for tires and ground clearance. Lots of cactus and Mesquite on the property.
  9. I'm not going rock crawling or anything too wild but need to be able to get out on some property from time to time. Why pay 55 for a truck when I can get what I need for 43?
  10. The big difference between a 2021 2wd LT and a 2021 Trail Boss is the length of the Cv axel, right? I should be able to install Trail Boss shocks, springs, and UCAs with no issue on my 2wd LT, right? Also once doing that upgrade I would be looking at the Ready Lift 1.75 level kit made for the Trail Boss, not the LT anymore, right?
  11. Where do you live? I'll trade my chrome for your black. Grill however I believe is different on the LT and the work truck
  12. I got a 2.5" upper shock mount level kit for $50 but looks like UCA set for the lift is $400...Should I just drop another like $200 and buy a full proper kit?
  13. That's what has me confused. I thought the body of a 2019-2021 was the same but the 2021 Silverado 1500 lt isn't listed while a 2020 is.
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