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Re: JQCitizen’s 2018 Silverado LTZ Z71 build

PostPosted: Jan 11 2019, 12:09am
by JQCitizen
Rusty, thank you. I’ve been very happy with the Westin product line, they are designed and built tough and good looking


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Re: JQCitizen’s 2018 Silverado LTZ Z71 build

PostPosted: Jan 11 2019, 12:54am
by higsy
Wow that looks fantastic , love the aggressive tires as well... I'm going to have that route when the time comes...
How did you go about moving the parking sensors. I like the oem brush guard but something would need to be done to the sensors.... I want to retain the bumper though.

Richard

Re: JQCitizen’s 2018 Silverado LTZ Z71 build

PostPosted: Jan 11 2019, 1:02am
by Goatboy
That does look good. Thanks for the pics!

Re: JQCitizen’s 2018 Silverado LTZ Z71 build

PostPosted: Jan 11 2019, 1:06am
by JQCitizen
higsy wrote:Wow that looks fantastic , love the aggressive tires as well... I'm going to have that route when the time comes...
How did you go about moving the parking sensors. I like the oem brush guard but something would need to be done to the sensors.... I want to retain the bumper though.

Richard


They sell a parking sensor relocation kit. I will post better pictures of them later tonight. The only thing is they are a bit of a pain to calibrate. I am still trying to find the correct position that does not give false alerts. Thinking of mounting them on the winch tray so there is nothing in the way.


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Re: JQCitizen’s 2018 Silverado LTZ Z71 build

PostPosted: Jan 11 2019, 1:38am
by Jetmech76
green68mustang_2002 wrote:I, along with at least 4-5 others on here will suggest the CST 4.5” kit. Very high quality kit! Here is mine.

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I'm sure I've said it before, if not I apologize but your truck is probably my favorite truck on this site. The thing is just bad ass.

Re: JQCitizen’s 2018 Silverado LTZ Z71 build

PostPosted: Jan 11 2019, 2:06am
by green68mustang_2002
Jetmech76 wrote:
green68mustang_2002 wrote:I, along with at least 4-5 others on here will suggest the CST 4.5” kit. Very high quality kit! Here is mine.

EA1F85BB-F4C6-46EC-B3A6-C3631AF4FEDD.jpeg



I'm sure I've said it before, if not I apologize but your truck is probably my favorite truck on this site. The thing is just bad ass.


Thank you sir. I do appreciate that!!

Re: JQCitizen’s 2018 Silverado LTZ Z71 build

PostPosted: Jan 15 2019, 1:50am
by JQCitizen
So glad I added the catch can! I can not believe in just 2 days maybe 60 or 70 miles, how much it has already collected.
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Also received the extended winch power cables. Finally installed correctly
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Re: JQCitizen’s 2018 Silverado LTZ Z71 build

PostPosted: Jan 15 2019, 2:21am
by higsy
Have you been able to get any pics of the parking sensor relocation kit... very interested in this as I have my eye on the oem bull bar. Is the wiring somewhat unobtrusive ? I'm guessing there not plug and play; how do you program them ?

Re: JQCitizen’s 2018 Silverado LTZ Z71 build

PostPosted: Jan 15 2019, 4:09am
by txtimetravler
What brand of catch can is that?
Can you take a few more pics showing the cab placement?....looks like it sticks up high.

Re: JQCitizen’s 2018 Silverado LTZ Z71 build

PostPosted: Jan 15 2019, 5:08am
by JQCitizen
Higsy, I will take more pictures in the morning when it is light. The parking sensor relocation kit from westin is a plug and play extension.

Catch can is a plug and play UPR catch Can. It does sit a bit high where i placed it. but clearance when the hood is closed is perfect. Will again take more pictures in the morning.