Working with AmericanTrucks allows us to showcase some of their latest products, awesome giveaways, and interesting videos. As much as we like showing off thier newest products, we do enjoy seeing some of this hardware being used out in the real world. Adam Maqboul’s 2010 Silverado is no exception, and when this video popped up on YouTube, we couldn’t help but pass it along.
2010 5.3L Silverado LT | Customer Build
AmericanTrucks’ New Video Fuels Future Truck Mods
PAOLI, Pa. (April, 2021) – Trusted aftermarket parts provider, AmericanTrucks (AT) shines the light on a 2010 5.3L Silverado LT as part of their popular “Customer Builds” YouTube series. The video is hosted by AT’s Adam Maqboul who chats virtually with the owner, Austin McCracken about everything from his 3.5” lift to his 9,500lb winch. Silverado enthusiasts can browse Austin’s profile page on AT’s website for additional details, images, and a breakdown of all his mods.
Adam and Austin jump right into the interview with a look at his truck’s suspension upgrades. Installing a 3.5” leveling kit combined with a leaf pack allowed Austin to raise the rear and then level it out. From there, they go on to discuss his wheels and tires, rear shocks, and upper control arms. Other mods include a heavy-duty off-road bumper with a 9,500-lb winch, fender flares, lighting, and a tonneau cover. The video wraps up with Austin’s future aspirations to grow his build.
AT’s customer build interview series provides heaps of inspiration for truck enthusiasts on the hunt for their next mod. Austin’s 2010 Silverado LT is no exception with its wide range of practical, affordable upgrades. Customers can head to Austin’s dedicated spotlight page to shop his mods list, view additional images, and see other customer builds. Viewers are invited to subscribe to AT’s YouTube channel to stay in-the-know on all things Silverado.
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.