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azmtbbrian

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About azmtbbrian

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    Brian
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    United States
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    2015 GMC SLT CC 4WD 6.2 Max Tow Std Bed
  1. This is very true. Just remember that the upper and lower control arms are different lengths, so as they move up and down together, the camber is changing continuously. If you change the static ride height, you are also changing the static camber setting, which you want to be pretty much zero or close to it. Otherwise, you'll be continuously wearing the inside or outside edge of your tires as you roll down the road.
  2. FS: GM 1500 level/lift parts

    I have the following parts for sale that I purchased for my 2015 Sierra but never used. Everything is new in box (if it came with one). One of the front spacers was briefly installed for a trial fit but never actually used because it was too much for the longer struts I had installed. Prices are 2/3 retail. Shipping from 85331 (Cave Creek, AZ) will be additional. I think that's pretty fair so please no low balls. ReadyLift 3" rear block kit - $105: http://www.readylift.com/products/gmc/gmc-sierra-1500/rear-block-kits/gmc-sierra-1999-2013-2wd-4wd-6-lug-3-rear-block-kit/silverado-sierra-1999-2013-2wd-4wd-3-block-kit-silverado-sierra-1999-2009-2wd-4wd-3-block-kit.html Motofab 2.5" billet front upper spacers - $50: http://www.motofablifts.com/07-13-Chevy-GMC-Silverado-Sierra-1500-2-5-Front-p/ch-2.5.htm Supreme Suspensions rear shock extenders - $18: http://supremesuspensions.com/product/2007-2015-chevy-silverado-gmc-sierra-1500-rear-shock-extender-bracket/ Thanks for looking. Regards, -Brian
  3. 39 3/4" front 40 3/4" rear Details below. Will soon add 1" BORA spacers all around.
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