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2017 HD Hood Conversion

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Just finished my HD hood install on my 2016 GMC And I would like to share the part numbers and information for anyone that would like to do the same. This should be the same for 2014 and up. For Silverados

I think the same parts are required just different part numbers.

 

Parts:

 

Nut

Part Number: 11546860 $2.31 × 4 $9.24

Assist Spring, RIGHT

Part Number: 23258272 $17.24 × 1 $17.24

Insulator Retainer

Part Number: 11571159 $2.84 × 6 $17.04

Insulator

Part Number: 84101780 $63.22 × 1 $63.22

Duct

Part Number: 84167144 $211.30 × 1 $211.30

Hood

Part Number: 84152916 $385.56 × 1 $385.56

Vent

Part Number: 84183578 $105.49 × 1 $105.49

Spring

Part Number: 23258271 $17.79 × 1 $17.79

Hinge

Part Number: 84097791 $27.83 × 1 $27.83

Hinge

Part Number: 84097792 $27.83 × 1 $27.83

* Subtotal Amount: $882.54

 

Prices based on GMDirect

 

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Okay, who's gunna do it on a Silverado next??

 

 

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Is the hood fiberglass or aluminu? Also were you able to have the ram air route into the air box

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Is the hood fiberglass or aluminu? Also were you able to have the ram air route into the air box

It's metal. Yes I have a cold air intake so It worked out.

 

 

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Looks great. Just curious is the vent trim in something other then chrome?

Thanks

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Thank you for sharing this information. Is it basically installing a hood from a 2500 on to a 1500? If so, is the fit the same or is there some modification required?

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What does the vent do for the engine? Added HP or torque? Can you post a pic of what's under the hood?

 

 

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Looks great. Just curious is the vent trim in something other then chrome?

Thanks

I'm not sure I didn't check I went with chrome because of my grill.

 

 

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Thank you for sharing this information. Is it basically installing a hood from a 2500 on to a 1500? If so, is the fit the same or is there some modification required?

Yes that's what it is. And the only thing that was changed was the hinges and springs from a 2500. Other than that nothing else.

 

 

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What does the vent do for the engine? Added HP or torque? Can you post a pic of what's under the hood?

 

 

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I mainly did it just for looks but I am sure it should help the engine get more air and more power. I don't have any pictures of mine from under the hood but this is what it looks like under the insulator.

 

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Okay, who's gunna do it on a Silverado next??

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On my to do list... I hope I'm the first
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Okay, who's gunna do it on a Silverado next??

 

 

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This should help I found it in FB I just don't know what part numbers are for the springs and hinges. Also the part number here for the duct on gmc is incorrect.

 

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That looks awesome! Can't wait to see someone do this on a Silverado.

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