Custom Chevy Silverado - Jaromir's Build

Custom Chevy Silverado - Jaromir's Build

Josh GilbertDec 6, '19

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THEBUILDER

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Name: Jaromir G.

Location: Pennsylvania

Instagram:  @trailkingz71

THETRUCK

2019 Chevy Silverado Trail Boss

I got this truck back in June. It's a 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 Trail Boss. I had a 2014 Ram Big Horn, but I put a lot of miles on it so I traded it in. I was going to keep this thing close to stock but then I realized—I'm gonna have this truck for a while.

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THEBUILD

I started with just 20% tint, but then I chopped the muffler within a week of having it. I got the bug, and started contacting business about lifts, rims, tires, everything. I got a hold of my buddy Chris that owns Greensburg Auto Spa and told him let’s build this truck up. We started with a lift. Rough Country was the only company that could give me an actual lift, due to the 2-inch factory lift. I ordered that, along with 35x12.5x20 Nitto Terra Grappler G2’s and finished with 20x10 TIS rims.

That was all within about a month or month and a half of having the truck. I gave it another month and decided I want some protection. I chose the FabFours Matrix PreRunner bumper and it really brought the beauty out. Then I went with Bushwhacker fender flares—which I ended up taking off. I like the tires sticking out. After that, I had a buddy fully fab up my exhaust giving her a nice rumble. Then I put in a 30-inch LED bar in the bumper with LED flood light pods and spotlight pods.

After that, it was a lot of letting it be. Then I wanted to change the bumper up a little and decided to do the orange accents, since the orange looks really good with the satin metallic silver. To bring out a little bit of myself, I put the bull skull in the middle. I have my neck tatted with a bull skull, to represent the hardships I've faced and overcame in my life.

Now that she’s done, she is going to world of wheels here in Pittsburgh in January 2020. I also created the Southwest PA Truck Club on Facebook. Follow us if you want more updates.

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