What have you done to your Silverado ZR2 this week? 🛠️

I'm new here. I got my ZR2 a month ago. I got it in Greenville SC. I drove it back home, 400+ miles to Louisville, KY. Two days later I drove it to Denver, CO. I spent the entire month there working. Each weekend I went into the mountains and drove the gravel forest service roads to fish and hike. I just got home a few days ago. I'm driving back to Clemson SC, tomorrow. By the time I get back next week, I'll have over 7,000 miles on it in less than two months. Let's just say I have and appointment to get my ZR2 wrapped. Hell, I four chips in my windshield. I'm not even going to count the paint chips. I thought they were bird crap splatters.
Have a good one all.
Get you some PPF for the front. 3M makes a good product.
 
Get you some PPF for the front. 3M makes a good product. Clear Bra basically. Love mine especially with Black.
 
Got some LEDs installed, both Backup lights and License plate lights. Bought on Amazon, brand Alla Lighting. Thanks to a group member that posted these on the forum! I believe it was @8ball_99.

I agree with those that have done this. Truck looked retired with halogen reverse lights and LED cargo lights lol.

Also installed the Super Shorty Antenna, 1.5 inches. Also bought on Amazon. It comes with a Antenna delete option which is the shorter bullet cap in the second pic. Might opt for that considering the look and I don’t use radio.

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I just had the front 1.5” level/lift kit installed with the 3-1/2” upper control arms and I’m wanting to lift the rear 1” now. Has anyone got the 1” blocks and added them for a simple solution. If so could you share the link. I’m hoping to squeeze 35’s after I finish the rear.
 
I just had the front 1.5” level/lift kit installed with the 3-1/2” upper control arms and I’m wanting to lift the rear 1” now. Has anyone got the 1” blocks and added them for a simple solution. If so could you share the link. I’m hoping to squeeze 35’s after I finish the rear.
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Today I went ahead and installed the WeatherTech window deflectors on all 4 doors. They went on really tight and they seem to be very solidly imbedded in the window channel. Remember folks, If you install these make sure you don't roll the window down for 48 to 72 hours until the window channel gaskets molds to the deflectors and don't mess with your window emergency down sensor.
 

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Today I went ahead and installed the WeatherTech window deflectors on all 4 doors. They went on really tight and they seem to be very solidly imbedded in the window channel. Remember folks, If you install these make sure you don't roll the window down for 48 to 72 hours until the window channel gaskets molds to the deflectors and don't mess with your window emergency down sensor.
They look good. I think I may purchase some as well.
 
My suggestion is to spend the extra $$$ and get the WeatherTechs. They fit like a glove, made in the USA and superb customer service.
There's a WeatherTech warehouse 15 minutes from me. I've been told there is free coffee in the lobby.

I like that they sit inside the channel
 
There's a WeatherTech warehouse 15 minutes from me. I've been told there is free coffee in the lobby.

I like that they sit inside the channel
That is correct, they ride in the channel. I don't like the cheesy ones that are double sided tape on your door frame and stick out much more. These things look OEM.
 
Picked up this Airaid CAI on Offerup brand new for 100.00 dollars. Guy traded in his Chevy for a Ram Rebel and never got to install it.
 

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