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Found a lovely deal for a chevy 2016 - LT Z71 - V5.3
This is my first truck and looking to lift it. found a good price for Rough Country lift kit - 3.5 inch
BILSTEIN 5100: https://psp.ae/product/bilstein-performance-shocks-15/
Rough Country KIT: https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-suspension-lift-kit-275-8.html
Many people been complaining about how cheap the rough country shocks are, so I was thinking is it possible to install Bilstein 5100 shocks kit on this kit? or would they not fit into these?
This way I would lift the truck + level it + have some what better shocks
I thought about selling the Rough Country shocks instead
Your thought and experience are much appreciated!
Located in Northern NJ Company: Sound Off Audio Size: Dual 10" with 9" 3/16 cutout Made of 5/8" MDF with Black Fabric Color Mounting Depth of Sub: 5.5" Includes speaker terminals Fits 2014-16 Chevy Silverado/GMC Sierra Double Cab Box was used for around one year until the truck was sold. It's in good condition and had great fitment under the rear seat. Need it out of the garage so 100 OBO
ITEM PRICE: $1,300
ITEM LOCATION FOR PICK UP: Dallas Texas
NOTE ABOUT SHIPPING: If you cover the cost, I'm happy to make sure they are to the shipping provider and protected.
CONTACT INFO: Text message is best (anytime) 512-944-0307
Anyone need a great set of good high quality OEM GM 22's? This listing is for a Full Set of Factory OEM Chevrolet wheels pulled off a 2016 Tahoe LTZ. I swapped out wheels and need to sale in order to fund some new tires! Considering all respectable offers.
22" 22in 04-17 NEW Chevrolet Silverado Tahoe Suburban OEM WHEELS SET 4 5696
Color: Hyper Silver
Manufacturer Part Number: 22905550, 22912545
Rim Material: Aluminum Alloy
Bolt Pattern: 6x139.7
Wheel Cap: NOTE that the cap has a chrome bowtie
Interchange Part Number: 560-5696, ALY5696, WAO.5696
Hub Bore: 78.1
Number of Bolts: 6
Type: Genuine OEM
Rim Width: 9
Afternoon ladies and gents. I have spent hours upon hours trying to do my homework here on the GM 6.0 gasser engines. I have been around diesels the past 6 years, love my current tow rig. (2013 Ram 2500 Tradesman w/ 6/7 cummins) Truck is stock no deletes. What brought me here is we have our first baby on the way, the thought of saving some money by trading down to a gasser seems like a good idea. But i am not sure with how often i tow that i will be happy.
I live in Illinois and tow a 28 ft enclosed racecar hauler throughout the state (mostly flat). I tow every weekend from April to October generally, the trailer weighs close to 8K loaded. Obviously the cummins tows this with zero issues, and i'm assuming the GM 6.0 would tow this fine as well. I found a 2009 Chevy 2500 that's loaded with 110,000 miles on it. It appears to be in great shape, from what i found out it has the LY6 engine. If i were to make the switch i'd free up over 100 bucks a month, but is that really enough to justify the switch? I'm not in a bind for money at the moment, but obviously saving some money never hurts.
I guess i'm basically looking at some opinion's from guys that have maybe made the switch from a diesel to a gasser, and see what there thoughts were? Or do i tow enough that i should just stick it out with the diesel? Looking forward to your thoughts!
*Also, i would estimate that based on my location and where i'm traveling i drive roughly 3500-4000 miles a year with the trailer hooked up.
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