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2014 GMC Sierra 1500

Bilstein leveling kit on highest setting.

Fuel coupler 18x9-12

Bakflip cover

Morimoto fogs

Hid head lights

Not my shed

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Before and After

2018 Silverado 1500 Dbl cab LTZ 4wd

20x9 -12 Ultra 203B Hunter rims

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2018 All Terrain.  2inch leveling kit.  Would like a 4 inch lift and run 35s.
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Looks good but You’d need more than a 4” lift to run 35’s, 6” and you may need to trim the valance.


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2018 All Terrain.  2inch leveling kit.  Would like a 4 inch lift and run 35s.
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Don't worry. You can run either a Zone 4.5" or BDS 4" and run 35's, especially on stock wheels. With the stamped steel UCAs 12.50 wide can hit the UCA but with 22's you'll clear. I know all this because I have a 4.5" Zone and 35x11.50x20, and I trimmed nothing to clear these. No rub or contact anywhere.


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Just picked her up yesterday. Completely new to Silverados. I wasn’t thinking half ton, but they were so aggressive with the offers, that there was only about a $1000 difference from the Colorado I was looking at. Loving the truck so far. EEB90E26-2392-4B1A-A342-53ED232C4BAB.thumb.jpeg.4911e9acf027f700a35a76931fd92ba7.jpeg

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Well, I finally traded my old truck a few weeks ago.

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Dream color combo and the front end I prefer did me in!

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For some odd reason, the chrome has grown on me - I still think I need to break it up a little bit, but i'm certainly not ready to black everything out like I was on my old truck.

 

Edit: I forgot the mention, these trucks drive ridiculously smooth. My old truck's felt like a covered wagon in comparison!

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