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Chevy Avalanche Roll Bar Removal

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Is it possible to remove the roll bar on the Chevy Avalanche without cutting anything?

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I seriously doubt it .Had an '07, '12 & '13........The Avalanche and bed are integrally welded units unlike a Silverado with separate cab and bed units bolted onto a common frame.. Even if you knocked out the whole sail area, the rear of the cab and removable window are not designed to be waterproof like on my '16 or '19 Silverados, and you'd lose the CMHSL.

 

In fact both my Silverados had the sports bar because I really liked the look of my old Avalanches, and unlike the Avalanches, on the Silvy's remove a few bolts and the sports bar/roll bar comes right off. Found the Silverados to be more than practical than the Avalanche....a little rougher ride with leaf springs on the rear, but cxan carry full 4'x8' sheets enclosed with a tonneau cover and with front buckets still keep 5 seats occupied......with the midgate down and rear seats folded the Avalanche becomes a two seater with the back of the cab open to rain, wind and noise. Loved the Avalanches but technology moved on with AutoAndroid, HD cameras and monitors and radar controls, 8 & 10 speed DFI & DFM engines, drive by wire on the steering and braking, DSCN0622.JPG.7cd026e730eeeaf10d3c34d36cf7a6e6.JPGetc.

 

 

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