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Not really my style but I thought I would share this.

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If they could just fix the ugly whimpy tailgage and taillights

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Kids these days...:rolleyes:

 

I kinda like the raised letters on the tailgate but that’s about it.

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I like this one...df5e315997e1ddd27ab54f72c91fafdb.jpg

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Is the grey one an actual truck or a rendering? 

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On 3/8/2019 at 9:22 PM, THE SILVERADO said:

 

I'm feeling these.....

Me too. I likey.

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I’m a lowered truck fan. I’ve spent most of my life modifying mid to large rear drive Chevys. The only logical replacement are trucks. Lowered trucks can handle like sports cars. Reasonably lowered trucks make more sense for most truck owners than lifting.


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not my style either, but that is cool looking

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No slamin' for me. Yuk.

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So if it had multipro... would it hit the ground? 🤣

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How embarrassing.  Somebody ought to shoot those poor trucks and put them out of their misery...

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On 8/6/2019 at 8:28 AM, KARNUT said:

I’m a lowered truck fan. I’ve spent most of my life modifying mid to large rear drive Chevys. The only logical replacement are trucks. Lowered trucks can handle like sports cars. Reasonably lowered trucks make more sense for most truck owners than lifting.


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Agreed. My previous,  well still own haha 2009 tc was lowered, and heavily modified (tastefully) It handled god damn amazing...i love it. When I was looking at trucks and eventually when I purchased my RST i was all about oh mer gawd I need to lift it. Now only 2 months in, Im like nope...I maybe will level it but besides that it'll stay stock height. I handles great, looks normal it can blend in. On another note, Chevy was smart for once creating the trailboss and RST trims to speak to both sides of the fence on that debate. Not as done up as a lightening or cyclone but overall solid.

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I have always leveled by dropping the back2 inches. Not slammed but level. Not sure what I will do on the AT4. Might just leave it alone and change the wheels and tires.

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