LIFTED!!! 1997 CHEVY K1500 ON 35's!!!
this video is when i first got the truck it has had alot of changes since
then (2 years ago) it now has a 350, true dual straight pipes.
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Lifted Chevy Silverado Z71
My 1997 Chevy Silverado with a 6in ProComp Suspension Lift and 2in
Performance Accessories Body Lift , and also a torsion bar crank has a
350c.i. 5.7L has straight pipes but no tips yet! Had 35 12.50 15 BFGOODRICH
M/T's, then i figured i needed new tires so i bought brand new 38.5 15 15
Ultra Audioworks- Clean 1997 Chevrolet Silverado FULL System
In this video we feature an install that came out very clean with a few
minor custom details. This is a mint condition 1997 Silverado that our
customer has garage kept over the last 15 years. It is a flawless vehicle,
but it was time to re vamp the audio! So after numerous conversations and
brainstorming with our customer we put together a perfect fit for this
truck. We did JBL components in the front and rear, JL XD700/5 for power,
JL W1 8in woofer, and a Pioneer DEH- P9400BH Bluetooth source unit. We also
took many pictures of this complete install that we will publish later!!
Aside of the equipment we took some time to put a custom touch to the
install. We created our own Chevy Bowtie trim plate to complete the dash
with better form. We also designed a flush mount truck box which allowed
the subwoofer to remain flush with the enclosure and also tagged it with
some bowties! A very clean install, this truck is now updated with current
audio technology, and we are very proud of its outcome! ,
Lifted 97 Chevy 1500
My 97 lifted chevy 1500
5.7L 350, auto, 4x4
6in rough country suspension lift
3 inch body lift
35in hankook tires
15 in American racing rims
Shaved doors, tailgate, and third brake light. And more to come
Lifted 90 Z71 mud pit
Brett's 90 Chevy K1500 Z71 350 5spd with suspension & body lift. It was the
only truck to make it through the deepest hole, but blew apart a front axle
on the way out. Had to replace it in order to drive it home.