Comfortable and safe in any road condition! The one thing I would add is, on my Z71 the lower most molding on the from bumper is a gray color. I have a Piaa airdam on the way, I am going to have it painted black. Contact our sales department today to receive more information. He sad they are investigating laws that require rear-ward facing lights to be covered when they are a certain wattage and mounted at certain heights. My next step is to take the truck to a body shop and have the holes filled and the roof painted. Talked to my brother this morning, he just happened to be in a meeting with Tec-Star engineers. From there, lower profiles tires and wheels, etc.
We take pride in selling the cleanest, most well. Thanks for the replies, folks! Painting the ends will be needed if you don't have a black vehicle. Chevrolet infused the interior with top shelf amenities, such as: automatic temperature control, tilt steering wheel, and more. Hey Double Rods, Definitely give the Escalade Rack a thought as a replacement for your Z rack. I just replaced mine yesterday and not only does it make a huge difference in the overall look of the vehicle, it is significantly lower too.
I've had my Z71 Tahoe rack off. Everything is stock but the truck will not fit in some parking garages. He told me Tech Star was putting lights in the Roof Rack for 2002 but, I don't know if there is a retro fit for the 2001 I'll ask him. These can be added to your current grill with not drilling or modifying of the front grill, they just snap into place and are relatively cheap to buy. I'm not going to drop the front of the truck down to factory specs, so that's out. A comfortable ride with plenty of style! I had to replace both rear caps on the back.
Are you trying to find used Chevrolet Tahoe roof racks? They said the 2002 won't have the lights in the rack. We have a number of members that have opted for the street scene look by swapping the rear springs or cutting them and you can pretty easily drop the height by 2 inches. Would an Escalade rack bolt right up? Same one that's on my Yukon. I have looked all over with no luck. Exterior Features Headlamps, dual halogen composite with automatic exterior lamp control and flash-to-pass feature. I would say they are the same holes. I hit it pretty hard with the roof rack and now I want to jerk the roof rack off since I've never used it in the first place.
Just weighing my options here. Has anyone else heard otherwise. From there, lower profiles tires and wheels, etc. Anyone here remove a Z71 rack already, and if so, what was under the flashy end caps? Anyway, this roof rack makes the truck just a tad too high in some instances -- so I've been wondering what my options are. My guess is they are interchangable.
I don't want to have paint over my chrome bumper. I have pics posted in my garage. I like the monochromatic look of the Z-71 Tahoe and want to trim mine that way. I have a 2001 Tahoe Z71. I'm done with roof racks - they are worthless to me anyway. About a year ago I backed into my garage door it didn't open all the way.
Maybe one of you guys can help me out. Contact our sales department today to receive more information. . I learned that lesson the hard way. I tried to call a dealership to ask but they really did not know! Oh yeah forgot about the esclade racs those do look awesome on a tahoe or burb. I would think a standared tahoe rack would work. .
That's why we started PartRequest. If so, our parts locating service can help you find quality used Chevrolet Tahoe roof racks from reputable salvage yards located throughout the United States and Canada. Any help would be appreciated. Didnt they used to put lights in them? The caps are black, just not a high gloss but it kinda matches the black body wheel wells so it looks pretty good. I took the rack off and noticed that I am now getting some water leakage through the back insert. The rear end of the rack just connects to the roof top with 4 torx screws, nothing big. I'm convinced that it can be swapped for another rack if I decide to go with something lower-profile.