I installed Motofab 2.5" upper leveling kit my self and also added a 1" block in the back. If you do consider doing your self be very careful with cv axles to not stretch and rip boots also get an alignment done after.
I installed a front camera on my truck recently. I have a 2020 Silverado LT Z71. Its not that hard. Just mount camera on grill and run wire through engine bay along driver side wheel well then under the driver door you come through a grommet in the floor and route wire behind carpet around to the passenger side under glove box. I dont have center console to take out so maybe a little more work if you have one. Once camera wire is ran to passenger side under glove box you will connect a module purchased to the radio module under the dash. I spent a few extra bucks to stream my phone on my
I am definitely going to try this. Thank you.
I still have not resolved this password reset notification every time I get in my truck it ask to reset a password or remind me later. I have logged in on the app and website and that didnt work. anyone have same issue and have a solution?
2000 Chevy Silverado Regular Cab 2wd Pewter w/ charcoal gray bottom ( had my senior year of high school and first one with that body style at school) 2003 Chevy Silverado Extended Cab Z71 Black w/ Pewter bottom 2008 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab Z71 All Black 2014 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab 2wd All Silver 2020 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab Z71 All White All LT models
So I finished up the chrome fascia install last night and it was kind of a pain in the butt for this little added piece. Not sure I would have done it knowing how much of a pain it would be but now that I know what I'm dealing with it would probably go a lot faster. I was originally going to just work at a steady pace and stop when I got tired of messing with it since I have another truck I drive for work but I'm getting older and my memory isnt as good so i didnt want to forget where some of the screws and bolts went lol You will in fact have to take the bumper all the way off
I finally found a lower chrome fasica and a lower cover on ebay for a decent price if you compare it with gmparts online and their shipping cost. It is supposed to come today and I am wondering if I can swap them out without removing the grill and taking the bumper off. I took the grill off one time before and didn't feel good about it because it seemed like it would be easy to break and don't want to mess with the grill if I don't have to. Anyone know if it can be done easily with bumper still on in place? Its a 2020 silverado LT Z71 and I am installing lower cover and fascia off an LTZ.
Update. I finished the install of my front camera and it would have been fairly quick and simple and even with the trouble I had it still wasnt that bad. I installed the camera on the front grill below the bow tie and ran the cable in the engine bay along the driver side wheel well and down under the truck and brought it up the the rubber grommet in the driver side door sill and routed behind the carpet up under the dash to the passenger side. Then I installed the video module under the passenger side dash and connected the required connections to the radio module and cable tha
I had someone install a 2" rough country lower kit on my truck and I took it off myself and installed the motofab 2.5" upper strut because I needed a little more lift and from research it seemed the upper kit was better for the truck anyway. I also put a 1" block in the back.
I don't have Bose in my 2020 Silverado and my "wifes" 2021 Tahoe has the Bose and I can sure tell a difference in the quality and wish I had the Bose in mine but I always get cheap when I go get a new truck because I only put about 7500 miles a year on it.
Also I should've mentioned that the best time to install the upper control arm is while you are installing your lift kit because all the work is pretty much done I believe once you remove the front strut to install the lift kit anyway. (assuming you use an upper strut spacer or replace struts) Kind of wish I had went ahead and installed new arms while I was doing the lift.
I installed a 2.5" front and 1" block in the back didn't replace my control arms. I was also told when I was looking at having installed by someone else that they would need to replace them if I went 3" or higher on the front.
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