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Chevrolet Avalanche Accessories & Modifications

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  • ygmnygmn Posts: 179
    I have seen many pics of AVYS lifted....2wd and 4x4...

    the ride will be compromised...but one canot say how much...

    Good luck
  • greg3815greg3815 Posts: 15
    hey people i just brought me a pair of some silver star head lights an amber day time runnen lights an there is great diffenrct in the stock head light an the new silver star one they will cost you about 40-50 bucks an the day time runnen lights cost about 30 bucks u can pick these up at ur loacl walmart or autopart store ur avalanche low beam size is 9006
  • 2500av2500av Posts: 3
    THERE IS A KIT U NEED TO PURCHASE, UNLESS YOUR NEW CD PLAYER IS THE SAME DIN SIZE. IF U HAVE ON-STAR U WILL NEED TO PURCHASE AN ADAPTER THAT STILL LETS THE ON-STAR SOUND COME THRU YOUR NEW UNIT. $80.
  • 2500av2500av Posts: 3
    SHOULD HAVE WENT TO EBAY. I PURCHASED HID HEADLIGHTS, HYPER WHITE FOG LIGHTS,HYPER WHITE BRIGHTS, AND NEW SILVER COLORED DAYLIGHTS THAT SHOW AMBER WHEN LIT FOR $90.00 TOTAL.
  • mdenamdena Posts: 1
    i have an 05 avalanche and want to put on a k&n filter. does anyone know of any problems that can or have occured from this upgrade? please let me know.
    thanks
  • txyank1txyank1 Posts: 1,010
    Only if you OVER-oil it. Then you can screw up your Mass Airflow Sensor. Dealers frown on that.
  • rellufrelluf Posts: 1
    Well #1 you'll know the z66 come with 16in rims go figure that with a truck that size. so I want to up grade to some 20in chome rims. what are the pros and cons mileage, gas, and speedometer.
    #2 I got a 6 disc cd changer, where is the best location in the truck to mount it
  • txyank1txyank1 Posts: 1,010
    The Z66 comes with 17" rims. Base model has 16". If you use a lower profile tire (the norm) so the overall diameter stays the same, there is no effect on speedo. It may take a little more oooomph on the brake pedal to slow it down, as you have more rolling mass with the 20" rims.
  • I have a 2004 chevrolet avalanche and am considering a 6" lift with a 3" body lift and 36" tires. I am planning on having this truck for a very long time. I am also considering a 6" lift with 33" or 35" tires. Does anyone know what kind of a difference I am going to have with wear and tear on the truck if any? I like the look of the 9" lift all together better but don't want to run into a bunch of problems. Also if the 9" lift is going to be hard on the truck what parts is it exactly going to be hard on and would it be really expensive to fix? If anyone could help me out with this I would really appreciate it.
  • I have a white 4x4 avalanche 02 and i was thinking of doing the same thing. i was thinking of yakama rack but which one did you get
  • mjahmjah Posts: 1
    Has anyone ever tried to remove the rails that support the bed tops on an avalanche in order to hold a Quad ATV? Seems that these rails pertrude to far into the bed to ride a quad up into the bed. I was thinking of removing the rails, which will give me the five inches needed.
  • jmath53jmath53 Posts: 1
    I put a K&N77 on my avy and got better mpg and the growl from the intake is grrreat not to mention a decent gains in the mid range hp from the 3500 rpm up. It was easy to put on but dont try to put on a throttle body spacer it wont work unless you trim the tubing on the K&N. Good luck
  • txyank1txyank1 Posts: 1,010
    I'm currently running an Airaid tube with a K&N drop-in filter with similar results. Be careful not to over-oil the filter when you re-charge. ;)
  • ralphie2ralphie2 Posts: 7
    I added a K&N drop in filter, and a FlowMaster single outlet cat-back system. I've noticed a small increase in mileage and a noticeable increase in pick up. Has anyone installed a Tornado Fuel Saver? If you have, are they worth the $70?
  • txyank1txyank1 Posts: 1,010
    No, and by most accounts they are not. Maybe on a carbueratored engine.
  • ralphfralphf Posts: 3
    Okay,thanks! You're the only person I've heard from about those things.
  • Anyone know if the 2007 Avalanche comes with a transmission cooler. I looked under the hood of one and it looks like it has the connections from the radiator to the tranny area, but did not get a close look. It comes with a hitch and most vehicle sold with a towing package do have the cooler. Anyone know for sure or do you have to have one installed. Also, what about a break controller?
  • I desperately want the cady convertor that go over the bed rails (dont know the official name). I believe they are clip ons and you just get them pained at a body shop to make your your avalanche look more like an escalade truck. does anyone know what they are called and maybe a website name. I always see them on decked out avalanche trucks
  • c_murrellc_murrell Posts: 2
    I'm looking for the same thing, and was wondering if you ever found those bed rails if so could you let me know where?
  • c_murrellc_murrell Posts: 2
    I broke the electrical connector that sits in the towing hitch. I was wondering if anyone know where I can find just the connector?
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