2019 Chevy 2500HD

2019 Chevy Silverado 2500HD 4×4 6.0 gas

Kryptonite upper control arms

Leveled 2.25″ up front

Fox 2.0 shocks

Rear 1″ drop shackles

35 x 12.50 x 17 Toyo RT tires

17 x 8.5, 4.75 backspace, Method Race Wheels

454 Motorsports custom front bumper – race truck style, 2″ tubing

Dirt King Fabrication rear 1500 bumper, modified to fit 2500

454 Motorsports custom heavy duty tow hitch

Condello Customs powder coated rear bumper

Line X on rear bumper top

Heavy Duty Firestone air bags

Air Lift WirelessOne compressor

Weathertech Mats

Weathertech under seat storage

Mob Armor phone mount

Tinted windows

Gooseneck hitch

Amp Research motorized steps

Update: March 2020 truck is For Sale


Original MSRP $51,000 see attached picture of window sticker

2019 Chevy Silverado 2500HD

Crew Cab



6.5 bed

6.0 gas

15,000 miles, majority freeway trips back and forth from NorCal to Arizona

Please see picture of Window sticker for list of options.

Here are some highlights:

4.10 gear ratio

Power seat

Heated seats

Remote start

8″ color touch screen


Apple carplay and android auto


4G LTE hotspot

110 Ac power outlet

Dual zone climate control

Integrated trailer brake controller

Came with 3 year 36,000 bumper to bumper warranty, and 5 year 60,000 powertrain warranty. Purchased truck January 2019

So, I’ve owned many diesel trucks over the years. In fact, I had a 2017 F250 Powerstroke right before I bought this truck. Diesels do get better fuel economy, but while towing, its not that much better. With all the issues diesel trucks have with injectors, egr’s, turbo’s and now that stupid DEF fluid, I had just had it with diesel trucks. Plus, as an every day driver, a gas truck is so much nicer to drive. So, for me, the trade off of fuel economy is well worth it. I’ll never own another diesel truck. Also sit down and do the math, the extra money you spend to buy a diesel, its still cheaper to buy the gas truck over a 7 year span. Most people don’t keep a truck that long.

I built this truck with the intentions to keep it long term. Everything I did to the truck was done with long term plans. I wanted to maintain a factory ride, and not void any warranties, so I simply did a torsion bar adjustment in the front to level out the truck. The rear is actually 1″ lowered from stock, so I didn’t have to crank on the torsions to achieve a level stance.

We went with 35″ Toyo RT tires, great all around on and off road tires. We had to do our signature fender mod for clearance. Tires do not rub at all. The bumper package alone, on this truck, is almost $5000. The gooseneck hitch is brand new, never used.  We’ve only towed our 10,000 pound(loaded) toy hauler 4 times. It does great. If you were going to do this often, 4.88 gears would be nice. The rest of mods are pretty self explanatory.

The interior is immaculate. I don’t let anyone eat or drink in my trucks. No pets, no smoking. Still smells and looks new. My original intention was to add leather. Typically LTZ’s are another $10,000, so I bought a well equipped LT, with cloth seats, even has heated seats, with the intentions of adding leather. If you’ve never done this before, it is typically way nicer then the factory leather. We usually use Roadwire or Katskinz. Most shops charge around $1400 and it matches the doors, dash, and center console existing leather.

There are NO dings, dents or scratches on this truck! It is perfect. No repaints, no accidents, clean carfax, etc..

No, there’s nothing wrong with it, plus its covered under warranty anyways.

If you don’t think this is a great truck and a fair deal, please don’t bother contacting me.


602-909-3222 call or text

Truck is located in North Phoenix AZ. We can ship anywhere in the world!

Interior pictures will be uploaded March 2nd by 8pm, but its all black and super clean!!