Dealerships don't particularly like it when you order 50 mounts for an application, which is why we turn to KYB and Monroe strut mounts to complete our assemblies.

The 2019+ Chevy Silverado 1500 and Trail Boss parts are relatively new, which we’ve been on top of, since we have a Silverado here on staff and are developing a Trial Boss Shock Guide from the ground up.

Bonus! The Trail Boss part number 47-309524 is being used on non-trail-boss models (Z71, RST, LTZ, etc) to get up to 3” of lift on those models. If you go this route, you will require aftermarket control arms, we’re particularly fond of the Icon Delta Joint.

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