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Updated on May 06, 2012
Features: This is my 2000 Chevrolet Silverado LT Extended cab 4-door Z-71 4x4, half ton. It is Pewter in color with a graphite leather interior. It has the 5.3 liter V8 with the 4 speed A/T. It has power front heated leather captain's seats with power lumbar and the optional drivers double function memory settings. Heated mirrors and rear window defrost are some of the other options it has. Extras include OEM tailgate lip spoiler, and an access roll-up tonneau cover.
New Updates : I have carried out most of my original body plans, I removed the side body moldings, running boards, bed rail bars, and dealer badge. I may just debadge the whole truck, I have not decided yet though. I put on Brand New GM Black textured fender flares (200 dollars only!). I have not seen any other trucks this color that have the black flares and I think they look sweet. I also did a rocker panel guard, I double undercoated them and painted them with heat resistant black engine enamel (also offests the flares really nicely). I undercoated and painted my exhaust black again with heat resistant black engine enamel of course. I also put on the avs ventvisors which are black on the front two windows only the back to make them look like the batmobile. I replaced all of the bulbs (interior and exterior) with either LED or Xenon blue so all the bulbs are WHITE. Orange DRLs and Xenon headlights & foglights. Installed two brand new tow hooks, and a brand new fog lamp assembly.
PLANS: My current plans for the truck are: For the body a bug deflector and bedcaps and maybe swap to '03-'07 taillights. As for performance im looking at either an AIRAID or K&N cold air intake (any input on which one is the better one would be appreciated), a POWERAID throttle body spacer, a Granatelli Motorsports High Performance Mass Air Flow Sensor, and maybe some hotchkis suspension.
I will list more updates as they become available, thank you for looking, and check out my old truck which i sold to my friend, it is on his page: 1985cadillac, you can see it in some of the pics in the background , it's the black one. I put alot of work into it. Thanks !
Before I did anything to it:
Thanks for stoppin by and checkin her out!
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No problem, i went through the event of having an AirAid Spacer and a K&N CAI, but they both wouldn't fit, so i had to sell the K&N and get an AirAid intake. Wouldn't want someone to waste all their time money and effort doing the same thing i did.
Nice truck, what kind of bulbs do you have? I suggest buying AirAid cold air intake. if you purchase a K&N intake, you cannot fit a throttle body spacer unless you modify the intake. AirAid CAI and Spacer are meant to work together. They both fit in the truck. I like your plans, and i hope your truck works well for you!
GOOD PLANS FOR IT! 5 STARS!!!
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