How To Install A Lasfit 32" Light Bar In The Grille Of The 2021 Chevrolet Silverado Trail Boss? | Installation Guide

by Lasfit Official May 27, 2022

How To Install A Lasfit 32

*All the photos and content are authorized by Greg H. Many thanks to @The Blue Garage for sharing such great content with us!

Have you ever considered adding an off-road 32″ single row LED light bar in the grille of your Chevrolet Silverado?

That'll be dope if you thought so! Here Greg did a super creative, informative, and detailed installation for his 2021 Silverado. Let's meet Greg and find out how he did all that amazing modification!

MMY & Items

First, I wanna briefly introduce the basic info of my vehicle and the products I purchased so that you can get what you want clearer and faster from this article.

  • Vehicle MMY: 2021 Chevrolet Silverado Trail Boss
  • Purchase Item: Lasfit 32" LED light bar
  • Installation Position: In the grille

2021 Chevrolet Silverado Trail Boss

Tools & Materials:

①Plastic Intake Piece
②T15 Screwdriver
③Mounting Brackets
④10-Millimeter Socket Wrench
⑤Wiring Harness

Tools & Materials:

This is a pretty simple install that can be done with just a few tools and doesn't require much electrical experience.

Step 1. Remove the two T15 screws and then slide them off.

Step 1. Remove the two T15 screws and then slide them off.

Step 2. Get the hood latch handle off.

I'm going to go around the intake itself and pop out each one of these black little caps that hold this together. Just going to pull under that handle and pull right off the hood latch, then we're out and set it out the side.

Step 2. Get the hood latch handle off.Step 2. Get the hood latch handle off.

Step 3. Remove the four bolts on top of the grille and pop the grille off.

With those four bolts out and I'm gonna get a little pry tool and get in between the black piece top and bottom to pry out from the headlight on either side and then there're clips on the grille which you'll need to pull out.

Step 3. Remove the four bolts on top of the grille and pop the grille off.Step 3. Remove the four bolts on top of the grille and pop the grille off.

Step 4. Put on the mount brackets.

We just got to put on the mounts first and then we'll line it up and see if it adds up. With the light bar completely out, she looks good too. I can't wait to get her on the vehicle, that's going to be a lot of light. Guys, it's going to look good!

With the light bar out, this is how I'm going to mount it if we're at the front of the vehicle, so the power cable will be off to the driver's side.

Step 4. Put on the mount brackets.Step 4. Put on the mount brackets.

Step 5. Sand the rubber shutters down ever so slightly to avoid any rubbing.

I'm going to sand the rubber shutters down ever so slightly starting at that point where I marked it a little scratch. Just sand it down not even an eighth of an inch.

That way I can install this without any rubbing guys and it's going to look good I can't wait. I think that the 32inch light bar fills out that grille a lot better than the 22" does.

Step 5. Sand the rubber shutters down ever so slightly to avoid any rubbing.Step 5. Sand the rubber shutters down ever so slightly to avoid any rubbing.

Step 6. Connect the power cable and wiring harness.

I'm going to go in that same little hole down below but in order to do that, I need to bring the power cable up behind the headlight and around the air box and so on. The easiest way to do that for me I think is to fish a wire down first, connect them and then pull it up through the top.

And it helps to have somebody very tiny to get under the truck here. What I did is just had my power cable that I'm going to be running and I ran it down behind the headlight and I fed it to her along with the other cable down through here and we plugged them together.

Step 6. Connect the power cable and wiring harness.

So now we have our cable we're going to wire it all the way back behind everything here and around and then in through the firewall.

Step 7. Reinstall the hood latch and grille back to the vehicle in the same way.

Step 7. Reinstall the hood latch and grille back to the vehicle in the same way.

What's the Lasfit light bar look like on the trails? | Real-World Test

Facts speak louder than words! You can see how bright the light bar is on the trails!

Headlight vs Light Bar

The Lasfit 32" LED Light Bar was not only super affordable but also extremely easy to install. I don't know any other company that offers the same great quality at a better price. I completely recommend this product, you won't regret it. 10/10 Buy now!

Check out a more detailed installation video on @The Blue Garage channel if you're interested:

*Hopefully, this helps you out if you're in the market for some new off-road lights and/or are curious about the Lasfit Light Bars. As always, feel free to reach out with any questions or comments.

 

 

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