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dave07

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About dave07

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  • Name
    David
  • Location
    United States
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    Male
  • Drives
    2015 Silverado 1500 CC SB LT
  1. I have the stamped control arms, a rough country leveling kit, and 18" tires with no rubbing (as far as I am aware). What is your tire size OP?
  2. Mine started to do that after I installed my leveling kit.
  3. Here is mine. No rubbing on the cv axle. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I had to put one of the bolts in from the bottom and everything has been good so far. My issue was I couldn't get the nut off the upper control arm ball joint. The hex was stripped from the factory. I think you should be ok if you go from the bottom. Just make sure there is enough clearance between the bolt and the cv axle. I checked mine a week or 2 after installing and there isn't any rubbing. Also get a bigger hammer [emoji846]. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. How big of a sledge hammer are you using? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. What he said. That is what I had to do. Next and last option might be a torch, haha.
  7. Did you ever get this resolved? I'm curious as to what was going on? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Make sure its not in AUTO or 4WD. Also you could have messed up an ABS sensor or something when the tire blew.
  9. My brakes just started to shudder on the highway as well. I'm under my bumper to bumper warranty though. Interestingly, I was at the dealership a few months back getting my oil changed. I talked to this guy who also was getting his 2015 Silverado serviced. What was it in for? Brakes shuddering on the highway!
  10. I followed the owners manual. Anyone that says they know better than the people that ENGINEERED your truck, are wrong! Follow the owners manual, there are other parts besides the engines that need "broken in".
  11. So this just popped up on my Facebook feed - https://chimicles.com/chevrolet-silverado-air-conditioning-defect-potential-class-action/ Class action for defective AC. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Pros: More ground clearance, truck looks better, and you can fit a bigger tire Cons: Void warranty suspension components that are related to the lift, not really great for towing/payload (the rake is there for this reason)
  13. Viofo A119 is what I have. Its very discreet, I ran the cord under the headliner, down the a-pillar to the usb port in the glove box. I like the camera a lot.
  14. You can put some of your contacts on there as well.
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