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2020SilveradoCC

Budget-Friendly Mods/Accessories?

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I know someone had a thread that mentioned these, but I can't seem to find it. I believe it was for Christmas gift ideas. Can someone link it, or drop your favorite mods/accessories?

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How "budget friendly" we talking?

 

Muffler delete = 10 bucks in material to 100 in material and install

Cold air = 250ish from S&B

White Auto Media Group is $400 (300 for flash/100 for tool) for tons of customizing (speed limiter delete...automatic close windows from key FOB etc)

LED reverse lights = 10 bucks

 

 

 

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My favorite inexpensive mod on these trucks is the tailgate lettering. There's a lot of options out there for styles and colors. People get really creative with it. 

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EGR in channel vent visors, $80 average and easy to install 

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AVS Aeroskin is my favorite bug shield, lays completely flat against the hood. 

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Tinted windows is another nice option that helps keep your interior cool plus I think it helps the look of our trucks 

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Tailgate letters is a cheap mod also. 

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Tailgate light bar. Amazon has some cheap ones for around $30. Buy the putco harness for about $50 and you’re good to go

 

 

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16 hours ago, Resqu2 said:

EGR in channel vent visors, $80 average and easy to install 

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I have a pair of these as well. They are stupid easy to install. What is nice is the fronts don’t have tape, only the rears. My only complaint I feel that they are not wide enough. 

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On 1/7/2021 at 7:53 PM, Thejet07 said:

Tailgate light bar. Amazon has some cheap ones for around $30. Buy the putco harness for about $50 and you’re good to go

 

 

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https://www.autostopeliminator.com/collections/gm/products/2019-silverado-sierra-autostop-eliminator

 

Auto Stop Eliminator, and I also agree with tinted windows... or tint front windows to match the rear.

 

I also always get rear wheelhouse liners. I can't stand the unfinished look of the rear wheel houses on trucks.

 

Spray in bedliner a classic but that's getting a little more expensive. All 4 of these together should still be <$1k which is nice

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"Cheap Mods" is a relative term determined by whose wallet the money is coming from, but considering I'm a fairly cheap individual by most standards, these are my recommended first mods listed in the order I would have them done.

 

1. Bed Liner

2. Interior Floor Mat System

3. Rear Under Seat Storage

4. Rear Wheel Well Liners

5. Traction Boards

 

If you are ever going to the beach or going to be in sandy areas, I suggest you order some traction boards and move them higher up on the list.  They are cheap and FANTASTIC!  Mine have been used twice, once for myself and once for my neighbor's kid when he got stuck in his front yard after a hard day or two of rain.  They work, plain and simple.

 

 

 

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My first mod was LED headlight bulbs from Amazon.  Made a marked difference is night driving.  

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