Thursday, October 3, 2013

Chevy Silverado Lift Kit - what is it?


What is a lift kit?

A lift kit is a device intended to increase the space between a vehicle’s suspension and its frame or between the vehicle’s body and its frame. It makes it possible for car owners to install larger wheels and tires, so that the car can acquire additional ground clearance and suspension travel. Therefore, with greater ground clearance brought by the lift kit and large wheels, your car is able to handle bumpy terrains without compromising the comfort of your passengers.

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Camo seat covers for the Chevy Silverado

Camo seat covers for the Chevy Silverado


Like a wetsuit, neosupreme boasts excellent water resistance, a cushiony feel and hardcore durability. And, since it’s printed with a woodsy camo pattern, it’s invisible to sharks and deer alike. Precision designs assure full seat functionality in all rows, plus Coverking includes covers for headrests, armrests, consoles and map pockets (depending on your vehicle). And the fact that they’re made to order means your covers install easily without special tools.

2014 Chevy Silverado review

2014 Chevy Silverado

The 2014 Silverado is offered in standard cab, double cab and crew cab body styles. Double cab models come with a 6'6" bed, while regular cabs offer the choice of a 6'6" or 8' bed. Crew cabs are available with a 5'8" or 6'6" bed. In terms of equipment, the volume-leading LT grade includes an "EZ-Lift" tailgate, a driver information center with a 4.2-inch display, OnStar emergency/concierge services, and a 6-speaker audio system with Pandora and basic voice-recognition software.

2014 Chevy Silverado SS

Chevy Silverado SS


We caught what appears to be a Chevy Silverado SS prototype out on a test run in Michigan. This particular Silverado was riding on 275/55R20 Goodyear Eagle LS-2 rubber — identical to the tire size and brand choice found on earlier Silverado SS models. Add to that what appear to be classic Chevy SS five-spoke 20-inch wheels, and this prototype has some important cues that could well point to a more performance-oriented street truck in GM’s new-truck pipeline.

Chevy Silverado Forum reviews


When looking around for the best Chevy Silverado forum, take a look at one of the largest Chevy truck forums around. FSC, also known as FullSizeChevy.com has a forum that is over 12 years old with millions of posts and thousands of members.

Chevy Silverado Parts and Accessories

Chevy Silverado Parts and Accessories



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Here we make it quick and easy to find the Chevy Silverado Parts you’ve been looking for.

Tips for looking at a used Chevy Silverado

used Chevy Silverado


The previous generation of Chevrolet Silverado pickups ran from 1988-'98, and were simply known by their number nomenclature — 1500 (half-ton), 2500 (3/4-ton) and 3500 (1-ton). Standard cab and extended cab body styles were offered, as was a crew cab, though the latter was actually from the previous 1981-'87 generation.

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