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Welcome to my build! Started with a 2019 Silverado 1500 LTZ 4wd 5.3L, which I bought with 9k miles on her in August of 2020. Got a crazy good deal on it, justified me driving to Georgia from Houston to pick it up. It even came with the Ranch Hand front bumper on it already, other than that she was stock. Little bit of background on my past trucks, I've been fortunate to own quite a few: 07 JK Wrangler, 08 Silverado 1500 LT Z71, 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT Z71, 2015 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT w/ 6.2L, 2016 Denali 2500 Duramax, 2017 Silverado 1500 LTZ Z71, and finally my 2019 Silverado 1500 LTZ Z71. I also have my 2015 ZL1 Camaro for a little bit of fun on the side, my wife has gone off to German side and is rocking her Porsche Cayenne. So here's the current list of mods: 4" Zone Lift kit w/ Fox rear shocks 35x11.50's Nitto Terra Grapplers on stock 20's Front and back Ranch Hand bumpers Hooker Blackheart Cat-back exhaust utilizing factory dual tips K&N Series 63 cold air intake Rough Country Automatic drop down steps Camlocker Tool box Front windows tinted to match back factory tint Front windshield tint strip Chevy All-Weather floor liners Stubby antenna Just went on a shopping spree of sorts and this is what I've got on order: Boost auto parts auto fog mod Putco Blade LED Tailgate Light Bar w/ Putco wiring harness All LED bulbs; replacing turn signals, license plate lights, and reverse lights. And the GRAND finale, King 2.5 PRS coilovers The list of things to come in the near future: High Country cluster from White Audio and Media, had their Tahoe cluster in my 2017 and it was fantastic! Waiting to order the rear King Resi PRS shocks until my checkbook bounces back a little bit. Lol Going to be putting on several LED light bars and maybe a pod or two, going to do my best to blend them into the Ranch Hands and make them as non conspicuous as possible. I'm strongly considering doing a Dyno tune w/ Kooks long tubes as well. Going to be doing ceramic tint all the way around. Limo on back windows and back glass, 15% on front windows, and 35% on the front windshield. I've got a drop in plastic bed liner that drives me crazy, so I'll more than likely go ahead and get the bed sprayed. Things I'm considering: Looking into changing up the rims and trying to clear 37's when the time comes for new tires. Blacking out the badges? Still not sold on this one... Turbo or a supercharger kit? This one would be way down the line though. Anything else that catches my attention, let me know if you can come up with anything! Here is the truck from stock:
Hey guys. I recently installed a leveling kit from Rough Country on my 2014 Silverado. Today I received and installed a Ranch Hand Bull Nose bumper on the same truck. I expected there to be a bit of sag but not nearly as much as I ended up with. The truck went back to looking stock! What will be the best way for me to re-level the truck?
Somebody hit the front of the truck recently so rather than replacing with that factory plastic POS I decided to opt for this ranch hand, and got it line-x to protect it against the salty roads and subsequent rust. I really like it and, just so happened that the day I put it on I was driving to a buddy's house and hit a deer going about 50, the deer didn't do so well but nothing happened to the truck! Then just the other day I was driving to Denver and hit a chunk of scrap metal that fell off of a truck in front of me and ruined one of my tires so I stopped and picked up a set of Cooper S/T Maxx 10 ply tires to replace those worthless 4 ply tires that came on the truck. The truck has a 2 inch lift that I put on just after I got it. I just washed it too. It is usually caked in gravel mud so I thought a picture would be good. Any opinions/ things the truck still needs?
Got an 02 Silverado, leveled and am looking into what would look better on the round body style trucks, a ranch hand or a frontier gear full replacement front bumper. Here is the Frontier Gear Xtreme Full Replacement (they do not have a picture of a round body style, sorry) And here is the Ranch Hand bumper