2015 Chevrolet Tahoe LTZ loaded and in excellent condition. Interior and paint is in excellent condition. Heated and air conditioned garage kept, no smoking inside, has not pulled a trailer, no off-road (except for the pics in this listing), and no abusive driving. Professionally detailed annually with touchless washes in between. You will not see the normal fine scratches and swirl marks that are in most black vehicles. The paint is show condition without any scratches, dents or dings, and the interior is also without scratches, tears, cracks, or dents. Maintenance: Well maintained, and prior to listing, had the dealership, a local custom shop that does lift kits, and m ylocal mechanic go through and check for any issues, flushed transmission, changed fluids, *new brakes, *new front struts, new battery. Only used AMSOIL synthetic for everything except Dexron VI for tranny and Transfer. There are no known mechanical issues with it bumper to bumper. And had the professional detailer I use go through it inside and out. Some of the repairs that had to be done over the years, other than the maintenance items above are: Recall updates, air conditioner condenser replacement and replaced both rear AC lines (known GM issues), water pump replaced under GM warranty, and a sensor on the anti-lock brakes. Upgrades:- Fabtech K1078 6" lift kit- 35x12.5R20 Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ tires- 20x9 Hostile Rims H103, 0 offset (5"bs)106.1hub, Chrome- Eaton Detroit Truetrac Limited slip rear differential- AAM 4.10 gear set for GM 8.25 front, and 9.5rear.- Double Cardon front drive shaft- PML Aluminum Rear Differential Cover extra capacity with drain plug and fill plug- Spohn Performance Adjustable panhard bar, w/poly bushings- Fabtech rear drop bracket to frame struts- 3/4" rear spring spacer- SS stainless steel braided brake lines front and rear- Gibson SS Cat back Exhaust #65668- Volant performance cold air intake #15553- Performance engine and transmission tune with calibration for gear and tire size- Bracket for mounting protective engine guard- Full size spare mounted in OEM location.- GM All weather floor mats- Stampede window sidewind deflector- EGR Hood air deflector- Fender flares painted to match body- Blackout bowtie emblems
Details of the upgrades:Every step of the installation of the upgrades were done with perfection in mind and no effort or expense was spared to do it right. I chose the Fabtech because it retains the factory auto-leveling and auto-ride control systems, and it is very well made, thick metal, good welds, precise, and overall very high quality. But I believe there are more parts that are needed to do the job right. The first item I added to the kit is the rear drop bracket to frame strut braces. These are the round tubes that attach to the rear crossmember, and comes up on an angle and attaches to a part of the frame about 2 feet back. These help keep the dropped crossmembers in place because in a hard bump such as hitting a curb, it would help keep the wheels centered in the wheel well. I also added in stainless steel braided brake lines. This prevented having to tweak the original hard lines down to meet the lowered brake lines, and helps with firmer braking. I replaced the front drive shaft with a double cardon. This is not required, but since the front shaft is short and the angle is increased with the lift, it could cause vibration in the universal joints. The Double Cardon adds additional universal joints and eliminates the chance of vibrations showing up in the shaft due to increased angles. For the rear, I added the Spohn adjustable panhard bar. With this lift kit, there is a drop bracket for the OEM stamped steel panhard "bar", but it is not adjustable and it did not perfectly center the rear diff. The Spohn bar is much stronger than the OEM and allowed me to adjust it to perfection. Another minor upgrade is to allow for replacing the engine guard that mounts between the front cross member and up to the bumper to keep debris from getting to the engine. I fabricated a bracket for re-mounting the guard. I also made modifications to the rear to allow for mounting a full size spare tire. There is not enough room for the proper diameter tire without the modifications and keeping the oem size spare could be damaging to your differentials. Having a full size spare is a comfort on long trips. In addition to changing the tire size to 35". I also changed the gears to 4.10 to compensate, and upgraded the rear limited slip differential, because the OEM one is prone to failure, and I did not want to take any chances... so I upgraded to the Eaton Detroit Truetrac. Now on the exhaust, I purchased the style with the "Yosemite Sam" style flared out tips. Gibson also makes the same exhaust but with the tips exiting straight out the back. I was able to buy the sections to have the tips go straight back. I have not installed those pieces, but will include them so that if you want to change it, you can. I also added a 3/4" spacer for the back springs to put back a little bit of the rake so it doesn't look like most lifted trucks and SUV's where it appears that the front is a little higher than the rear. there are a couple of minor flaws. These are very minor and would not takeaway from the "excellent" designation when looking at blue book value, but want to make sure everything is accurately represented. I show a picture of the drivers side step bar with a little bit of wear. This is not beyond normal wear for the drivers side foot step, but is not as perfect as the rest of the vehicle. The second item are the chrome rims. there is a picture of that as well. There are tiny pinhead size surface imperfections which could be corrosion. There is no pitting or peeling, and the imperfections may be able to be removed with some chrome polish and elbow grease; but I have not had the opportunity yet to work on it; but if I am able to remove all imperfections, I will update the listing with that information. Just a few final notes, I do have it for sale locally and may end the auction early, and may continue to drive it to increase exposure....but only if the reserve is not met. If the reserve is met, it will sell to the ebay winner. *new brakes and new struts: I have new EBC yellow stuff brake pads and EBC performance slotted rotors for the front and rear as well as new GM OEM electronic struts. Both of which were recommendations from the local mechanic during his inspection. I have not been able to install them before the pictures and this listing, but will have them installed prior to auction end.As a final note, I was limited to 24 pics. If there is any more details you want pics of, or any questions, please ask though contact seller.