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What Have You Done With Your T1 Today ?????


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42 minutes ago, dieselfan1 said:

I put a set of Westin Pro Trax 6" Stainless steel steps on the new LTZ. While I was at it I buffed it out with Blackfire One step polish . Got rid of all the fine scratches the dumbos at the dealer put in it washing it.

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Flawless... mirror finish

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On 1/26/2022 at 11:31 PM, William Vis said:

My 2022 Elevation at the dealer vs how it sits today! 

What I've done so far:

- 2" ReadyLift Leveling Kit

- 275/60R20 K02s

- 20x9 Fuel Rebel 6s

- Debadged everything besides GMC

- Tint (added 5% to rears, 35% on fronts)

- Light smoke wrap on tail lights

- S&B CAI

- Removed front air dam

- Ronin bullet antenna

 

What I'm doing tomorrow:

- Black quad exhaust tips

- Black wrap in the GMC emblems

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Where are you getting the exhaust tips

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Installed the Pulsar LT I ordered earlier this week. So far so good! Have it set at 15% throttle response and everything sounds/feels good. I tried 65%…. Pretty fun but obviously not viable long term lol

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Swapped out the GM Work Assist Steps for the AT4 High Clearance Steps. Can't beat them for new take offs at $500; sell the Work Assist Steps for $250 and have $250 in the High Clearance Steps. This is a 1.5 beer job BTW.

 

 

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On 1/25/2022 at 7:42 PM, Casey Sumaylo said:

Just got this beautiful 2022 RST LTD and immediately tinted it, added clear bra, bought method mv305 bronze wheels, installed dirt king UCA's and fox elite 2.5 resi's in the front.  last thing will be fox 2.5's in the rear.

 

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On 1/25/2022 at 7:42 PM, Casey Sumaylo said:

Just got this beautiful 2022 RST LTD and immediately tinted it, added clear bra, bought method mv305 bronze wheels, installed dirt king UCA's and fox elite 2.5 resi's in the front.  last thing will be fox 2.5's in the rear.

 

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Such a clean DD. I am going this direction. Contemplating Billet UCAs. What is your tire size here? 285/75?

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over the past few days, pics coming later today. 

 

High Country Cluster

Leather Steering wheel and right side buttons

Chevy Running Boards (used in great shape)

Backflip MX4

Tint the windows, being done as I post this. (Remove the crappy dealer installed)

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On 2/17/2022 at 7:22 PM, dieselfan1 said:

I put a set of Westin Pro Trax 6" Stainless steel steps on the new LTZ. While I was at it I buffed it out with Blackfire One step polish . Got rid of all the fine scratches the dumbos at the dealer put in it washing it.

It's flawless now.Screenshot_20220217-191426_Photos.thumb.jpg.10d8086aeb655805254321c13f0f78bc.jpg

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The chrome steps really compliments the rest of the chrome accents on the truck.  Looks good!

 

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Since I'm into chrome and not the blackout or color match theme, I put some bed rails on the new truck. I run these on every truck I've had since I was a kid and thats a long time ago.

They are actually stainless steel but look like chrome.

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On 11/8/2021 at 8:42 PM, fsuboy75 said:

 

Thank you!!    It's much easier and better looking than dipping them.  Plus they don't scuff the rims.

 

Here is the link:

 

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Set-of-4-20-Wheel-Skins-for-2018-2020-Chevy-Silverado-Gloss-Black-/265069670261?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m2548.l6249&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0

 

Anyone know where we can get black wheel skins for this 20” wheel? I have not been able to find any….

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Installed the Rough Country 2" leveling struts up front. About a 3 hour job with just hand tools in the driveway. Measurements from ground to wheel wells are 39" in the rear, and 38.5" up front after install. Not sure why it looks nose-high to the naked eye, but according to the measuring tape, it's not. 

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