What is the difference between trail boss and LT?

As you may have figured out, the LT Trail Boss builds off the generously equipped LT trim level. It features the same off-road-ready equipment as the Custom Trail Boss and includes the more powerful 5.3L V8 powerplant as standard equipment. Additional comfort and convenience amenities include: LED headlights. via

What is the difference between Custom Trail Boss and LT Trail Boss?

The Custom Trail Boss starts off with a 4.3L EcoTec3 V6 engine, reaching 285 horsepower and 305 lb-ft of torque, while the LT Trail Boss is home to a more powerful 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 engine that gets to 355 horsepower and 383 lb-ft of torque. via

Does Chevy Trail Boss have locking differential?

It has a G80 automatic locking rear differential (not a selectable locker). The front suspension is an independent setup and there is no front locking differential. via

How much taller is the trail boss?

The Silverado 1500 Trail Boss comes with 32-inch tires, although a quick forum check confirmed big Boss-daddies have gone as high as 34-inches on a stock suspension after removing the mud flaps. Thanks to these larger 33-inchers, the ZR2 is a half-inch taller than the Trail Boss, with more ground clearance. via

Does Trail Boss have leather seats?

Finally, if you'd like to get leather installed in the LT Trail Boss with cloth, we can get aftermarket leather installed for $1500 and achieve at least some part of the missing options you might want in an LT Trail Boss. via

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