One day after they finished the setup, Shawn from Custom Offsets shows us exactly what they changed and you have to admit that this vehicle looks pretty good. Its black color makes it impossible to miss out there on the road. The owner must be over the moon about the way his vehicle looks right now, but how many modifications were really made on this beauty? Well, to begin with, once you set your eyes on this particular 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 for the first time, you will immediately realize that this vehicle is a bit taller than a regular Silverado truck.
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Looking SMOOTH After Setup!
It is due to the fact that they installed a new 7.5in Rough Country suspension. It is spot on because the price is right and the installation goes smoothly every time. Subsequently, he chose to switch to 35×12.5 Open Country tires by Toyo, cutting out a triangle shape at the bottom of the fender. He also had to trim a bit, which is not always as easy as it sounds. Regarding the wheels, he will drive on the new XD820 20×12 -44 Grenades, which is why the lip looks so wide. Up front, you can see that there is a new Black Mesh grille. It is really cool because it is a complete replacement and it has a full metal wreck across the top.
Shawn wraps it up with the new 50 inch off-road LED light bar set, which includes 50″ LED light bar, set of brackets and a 30amp harness. The rubber sweep is a simple, yet effective solution which completely wipes out the noise and the roof vibration. He also did night shades in the back tail lights in the back. This 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is truly a nice sharp truck and its setup cost less than you would expect!