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First off, Congrats to all of you new 2019+ T1 Owners.

We look forward to seeing your rides in the pictures posted on this topic. :thumbs:

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Picked up my special ordered 2019 Trail Boss about 2 weeks ago.  Loving it so far.  Lots of mods already.

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Great looking Trail Boss Matthew!

Have you posted any of your mods in the 2019 Mod thread?

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yep, just posted the exhaust video and a few other mods.  Have a cutout system that can switched between quiet and straight-piped.

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48 minutes ago, z1boss said:

yep, just posted the exhaust video and a few other mods.  Have a cutout system that can switched between quiet and straight-piped.

Just watched it. :thumbs: 

Man that thing sounds like a Camaro or Corvette with the cutout to straight pipe... even with the 5.3 :drool:

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The blackened CHEVROLET Tailgate recessed lettering is also a nice touch. 

Really makes it Pop. And the black Trail Boss emblem lettering on lower right of tailgate.

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15 minutes ago, Sierra Dan said:

Just watched it. :thumbs: 

Man that thing sounds like a Camaro or Corvette with the cutout to straight pipe... even with the 5.3 :drool:

 

Thanks but the video doesn't do it justice.  Its actually much louder in person :D

 

14 minutes ago, Sierra Dan said:

The blackened CHEVROLET Tailgate recessed lettering is also a nice touch. 

Really makes it Pop. And the black Trail Boss emblem lettering on lower right of tailgate.

Thanks, the Chevrolet Tailgate decal is a GM part but the black Trail Boss lettering is something I put on myself.

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Nice looking truck.  The only good looking 19 I've seen.  I will probably end up with one, good to know they can look good. 

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51 minutes ago, z1boss said:

 

Thanks but the video doesn't do it justice.  Its actually much louder in person :D

 

Thanks, the Chevrolet Tailgate decal is a GM part but the black Trail Boss lettering is something I put on myself.

A Silverado emblem in black is also available as a GM accessory   

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10 hours ago, texasaggies16 said:

Does it look possible to put a extra leveling cut under the factory one? Still too much rake , nice truck

 

The Trail Boss is lifted via a longer strut assembly in the front so you could put a leveling spacer if you wanted but they are not out yet.  From what I heard when talking to several lift companies, they will be releasing lift kits around SEMA for the Silverado/Sierra, but the Trail Boss/AT4 will only get limited lift kit options with some companies telling me that they will not make them for that specific model.  I myself am waiting for them to release a 2 inch lift all around for the Trail Boss so I can have a total of 4 inches of lift and squeeze in 35s.  I have 33.5 x 12.50 x 20 tires on my truck right now with a 0 mm offset 20 x 9 rim and they only very slightly rub at 100% full lock, otherwise there is no rubbing.

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1 hour ago, z1boss said:

 

The Trail Boss is lifted via a longer strut assembly in the front so you could put a leveling spacer if you wanted but they are not out yet.  From what I heard when talking to several lift companies, they will be releasing lift kits around SEMA for the Silverado/Sierra, but the Trail Boss/AT4 will only get limited lift kit options with some companies telling me that they will not make them for that specific model.  I myself am waiting for them to release a 2 inch lift all around for the Trail Boss so I can have a total of 4 inches of lift and squeeze in 35s.  I have 33.5 x 12.50 x 20 tires on my truck right now with a 0 mm offset 20 x 9 rim and they only very slightly rub at 100% full lock, otherwise there is no rubbing.

Matthew,

A 2" level is out for the 2019 Silverado and Sierra. >>>>>>> .Untitled-1.thumb.png.069968dfc1405317d2fdc75e727c4b7a.png

Here is the Video:

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Sierra Dan said:

Matthew,

A 2" level is out for the 2019 Silverado and Sierra. >>>>>>> .Untitled-1.thumb.png.069968dfc1405317d2fdc75e727c4b7a.png

Here is the Video:

 

 

 

Dan,

 

It does not fit the Trail Boss model according to them.  I called already.  Same for the Fabtech one that is out.

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Sorry!  Their site did not specifically say it would not fit a Trail Boss equipped truck. :dunno:

They need to clarify that on the site. 

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11 hours ago, z1boss said:

 

The Trail Boss is lifted via a longer strut assembly in the front so you could put a leveling spacer if you wanted but they are not out yet.  From what I heard when talking to several lift companies, they will be releasing lift kits around SEMA for the Silverado/Sierra, but the Trail Boss/AT4 will only get limited lift kit options with some companies telling me that they will not make them for that specific model.  I myself am waiting for them to release a 2 inch lift all around for the Trail Boss so I can have a total of 4 inches of lift and squeeze in 35s.  I have 33.5 x 12.50 x 20 tires on my truck right now with a 0 mm offset 20 x 9 rim and they only very slightly rub at 100% full lock, otherwise there is no rubbing.

Could you post a picture of your angles and the gap between the control arms and bumpstops? It sounds like a stacked level unless they have different control arms on the TB

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