- Nov 7, 2017
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- Stockton, Ca.
bumper has nothing to do with any skid plates, the difference is the lower valance "IF" you wanted to go with the midnight edition then you could use it with the very optional skid plate that would fit with that valance otherwise your regular valance will work with the regular skid plates as they are tucked completely under.Just joined the forum the other day. I've had a 2007 Silverado LT and finally had to trade that and my work car in for a vehicle that's better for our family. Decided to Join the tahoe family. Anyways, Glad to move from the silveradosierra forum to the Tahoe Yukon.
I have a 2020 Tahoe LT. I'm not happy that there are no tow hooks and the air deflector scraping the ground every time I pull in my driveway. I've already researched adding tow hooks with the different fascia piece that has the holes for them.
I'm still deciding whether to trim the air deflector or spend the money and get the PPV deflector. Now to further complicate things I started researching if the z71 front skid plate could go on my setup and if so which route would I need to go with the lower air deflector. Skid plate isn't too important to me and I'd like to make a move on the tow hooks and lower air deflector soon before hunting season is here. Does anyone know if the z71 skid plate works with the LT bumper? if not, then I'll stick to tow hooks and air deflector and be done. Thanks for the help.
you could take the very bottom piece off of your valance and gain and inch or 2 clearance or just cut it as needed.
as far as midnight edition I am thinking silverado and the bumpers for the silverado may be different, either way the regular skid plates just bolt on all k2's.