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About willyr1er

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    2014 Silverado 1500 2WD

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  1. Yea, just a matte black solid cover in the middle with the bowtie removed.
  2. Added some new graphics to the truck bed. Matte Black, its hard to get a real good angle to show it off. I like it!
  3. I see what you mean. I don't have any drop brackets, but I'm also only 2wd and still have my lower control arm in the stock location.
  4. So after removing the driver side link on the sway bar and a test driver, it made no difference, still coming on. It was worth a shot to try.
  5. I will check to see if it is centered, I havent looked in to the sway bar. I know that it was not dropped after the lift knuckles went on. I do have a larger helwig sway bar. Think I may just remove one link to test it.
  6. Payton, thanks for the reply. Sounds like I will just have to deal with it, ohh well not the worst thing in the world. I do have the speedo corrected for the tire size and really believe the the shop did a good job on the alignment. I wonder if I went with 33" tire if I would have the same issue still?
  7. No warning lights or anything staying on, just lights up the traction light on the dash and you can feel the braking vibe in the gas pedal. Always at slow speeds, mostly turning to the left. Is there anything that could/should be reset after the tire were put on and alignment done?
  8. Great Point! Just measured the truck at 6'8" Funny thing is I drive like a grandpa, slow and steady. Any idea where the Yew sensor is and if it can be modified?
  9. So I have a 2014 CC Silverado, 2wd, with a 6in lift. I keep getting the stabilitrac kicking in on sharp turns. This has only started happening after having the 35/12.5r18 installed. No issues with the stock tire on the same lift. Ive looked into the wheel speed sensor and replaced both. Thought I had a bad hub but ended up being the upper ball joint and it was replaced, still made not difference. It is not every time I turn but maybe 25% of the time. Wanting to know if anyone else is having this issue and if there was a fix. I know that there are plenty of this trucks lifted with 35" tires and cannot image that all have the same issue. I don't want to disable the ABS and stabilitrac, just want it not to kick in when it shouldn't. Any Ideas please let me know. As for the lift: Front has 3" spindle lift, 2" coilover spacer, and Bilstein 5100 set to .75", and upgraded UCA for the ball joint angle Rear has 5" blocks and upgraded 5 Leaf Springs
  10. https://www.amazon.com/Waterproof-Lights-Daytime-Running-Driving/dp/B01LS90YI4/ref=pd_sim_263_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=FJ7FRQEP00VRZQ0BVNNZ been using these, much brighter and white light, not purple-ish.
  11. I have the AirLift 5000 with wireless compressor controller for about 2 years now. Its been great, no issues and get the bed backup when it is loaded up.
  12. Front has 3" lift spindles, 1.5" top coil spacer and Bilstein 5100 set at .75" = total 5.25" Rear has 5" block and 5 Leaf springs(added about .5") = total 5.5"
  13. Ride feels smoother and I cannot tell a difference in sound on the highway either. I do have some minimal rubbing while backup. Going to take a look this morning to see were/what needs to be done to fix. How many miles have you guys been getting out of the Toyo's?
  14. Just waiting for the workday to be over. Then Ill be heading to have new shoes fitted and aligned. Going with Toyo AT 2, 35x12.5r18 I got 40K on the stock dura-tracks. Excited!!

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