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Looks gr8 man, I wouldn't have thought white letter on these new ones

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On 8/6/2019 at 8:26 PM, Stormtrouper said:

Here you go, 1.5" level, 3 inch rear blocks, 2 inch spacers, flares, tint, bedliner, wheel wells, vent visors, toolbox. Need black tailgate letters and I'm done. Decided against white bumper for now, may debage and paint it all white later???

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Very nice, are the 2 inch spacers on the wheel/rims required?  Can you share the brand or part numbers for the 3" rear block and 1.5" front level kit?  Need this!

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19 minutes ago, BobbyAlton said:

Very nice, are the 2 inch spacers on the wheel/rims required?  Can you share the brand or part numbers for the 3" rear block and 1.5" front level kit?  Need this!

https://m.facebook.com/pages/Wheel-Outfitters/100228147982993

Link for spacers🔼

 

Motofab 1.5 trail boss level.

 

Standard 3" inch rear block and longer u bolts??? I provided 1.25" oem blocks from my '15 but installer said he had trouble stacking them. So he ordered me 3" cast steel blocks from somewhere? They look stock only larger.

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2019 Silverado LTZ with Factory 2 inch Trailboss kit... additionally, I leveled it with a 1.75 inch kit from Readylift. Stock number on www.readylift.com is 66-3921

 

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Just picked this up on Monday. 2019 AT4 with factory installed cold air intake and cat-back exhaust (this combo adds to the 420/460 and makes them 435/469). It's the most beautiful sound I've heard on a truck in recent years! It's the reason I bought this particular truck and not others that were closer to me.

 

Finally pulled the trigger, even though I always said it was too much to pay for a truck.

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On 8/18/2019 at 5:50 PM, Steven Rhodes said:

Just picked it up. Ordered in June 6th, Build date was 7/22/19. Delivered to dealer and Picked up on 8/16/19. 

2019 Silverado Trail Boss LT. 

Satin Steel Metallic

Black Leather Package

Power Sunroof

Trailer Brake Controller, integrated

Engine Block Heater

Convenience Package with Bucket Seats

Convenience Package II

Safety Package

LPO Off-Road assist steps

Bed Protection Package

Advanced Trailering Package

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Is your block heater integrated into the bumper or by the tow hooks? I am trying to understand how the 3.0 Durmax will be...

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6 hours ago, Aycock1987 said:

2019 Silverado LTZ with Factory 2 inch Trailboss kit... additionally, I leveled it with a 1.75 inch kit from Readylift. Stock number on www.readylift.com is 66-3921

 

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Absolutely love your setup man. Was thinking about adding the TB lift to an LTZ. Ended up just getting a Trailboss instead, but your making me jealous! What size tire are you running?

 

Also, you are the first that I’ve seen on here with the Readylift kit. It says 1.75”. Did you happen to measure? I added a 1.5” motofab to mine (should be exact same setup, suspension wise), and I am not completely level. Another 1/4” sounds dumb. But do you have any side profile pics? Do you feel like it’s perfectly level?

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12 hours ago, Chance1025 said:

Do you feel like it’s perfectly level?

Does it look level? Looks nose high by a descent amount. From the sounds of it he stacked 2 kits together (2 factory and 1.75 readylift) which is generally a big no no, that front end isn't going to love him long time if that is the case... Much preferred how he had it originally with just the TB kit. 

 

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Toyo 35x12.5x22 Open Country M/T's

2" Level Kit

Blacked out 5% tint all around

Powder coated stock 22" wheels

Blacked out GMC front and back.

 

More mods coming...

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17 hours ago, Chance1025 said:

Absolutely love your setup man. Was thinking about adding the TB lift to an LTZ. Ended up just getting a Trailboss instead, but your making me jealous! What size tire are you running?

 

Also, you are the first that I’ve seen on here with the Readylift kit. It says 1.75”. Did you happen to measure? I added a 1.5” motofab to mine (should be exact same setup, suspension wise), and I am not completely level. Another 1/4” sounds dumb. But do you have any side profile pics? Do you feel like it’s perfectly level?

Thank you! I haven't measured but it looks to me like the front is just a hair taller but hopefully it will settle over time. If it doesn't, i might take out the bottom strut spacer and see. I am running a 275/65/20 Nitto Trailgrappler. Can you send me a picture of your truck? Do you have on looking straight on to the front?

 

 

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Thank you! I haven't measured but it looks to me like the front is just a hair taller but hopefully it will settle over time. If it doesn't, i might take out the bottom strut spacer and see. I am running a 275/65/20 Nitto Trailgrappler. Can you send me a picture of your truck? Do you have on looking straight on to the front?  

 

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Pictures are a little deceiving man. To my eye, I feel like it’s still a hair low in the front. I still measure 1/2” low.

 

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41 minutes ago, Chance1025 said:

 

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Pictures are a little deceiving man. To my eye, I feel like it’s still a hair low in the front. I still measure 1/2” low.

 

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Yeah man that looks good! You are right... it does look level. I will measure mine when i get a chance and let you know what it measures. You measuring from the ground to top of wheel well?

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6 hours ago, amxguy1970 said:

Does it look level? Looks nose high by a descent amount. From the sounds of it he stacked 2 kits together (2 factory and 1.75 readylift) which is generally a big no no, that front end isn't going to love him long time if that is the case... Much preferred how he had it originally with just the TB kit. 

 

Tyler

The 2 inch GM kit is a taller strut... no spacers. That is where they get the 2 inches. This isn't stacking spacers on spacers. This kit from Readylift was specifically designed for the Trailboss and AT4

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