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About Csjumper2003

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    2015 GMC Sierra Z71 4X4
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    Off-roading, and working on trucks electronically.

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  1. I have a 15 with great chrome ones. Are they the same? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Well that high the alignment had to be manually done in order to be straight but they said it aligned fine. I think they mentioned they had to cut the tie rod a little to bring in or something . I forget. No lowest setting. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Yeah the 5100s are on there until I can put some king coil overs and get rid of the spacers. Billies are set all the way down. And is level. A touch I guess higher in the front but just a touch. When I get coilovers I will be perfectly level. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I personally have had my x3s since last September and are wearing nicely. I run the highway a lot back and forth to work, but love the foot print when airing down. These tires are sticky and really grip off-road. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. FS: Pop & Lock - PL8140

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  6. Wet Okole are my favorite. The past 3 trucks. I’ve had charcoal and real tree prints. They fit like a glove and with the wetsuit material even give a little cushion. Have lumbar support and heated option as well. Oh and free install if your local or drive to them. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Anyone have black ones for a 14-15 Crew cab that they would like to swap for some chrome ones?
  8. Does anyone have some black door trim they want to exchange for chrome? This is the last pieces I have that are chrome. I have a 2015 Sierra Crew cab
  9. 15 Sierra Z71 4x4 Zone 6.5 with add a leaf General grabber x3 35x12.5x17 Method MR306 17” No rubbing. Tires are a little cushy so makes for a good ride Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. This is 6.5 Zone with add a leaf in rear with Method MR306s and 35x12.5x17s Excellent stance IMO I love the perfect level Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Check this out http://zoneoffroad.com/zone-offroad-products-4.5in-suspension-lift-kit-chevy-gmc-pickup/c27/c28 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Both would as far as rubbing. A spacer usually 1.25 or 1.5 would bring stock rim out enough but can call zone and or bds and look at the website. It gives each rim size and offset needed. They can prob answer that question a little better. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Most of these kits are a 4 out of 5 difficulty. I’ve seen many get through it just usually took a lot longer. There is a couple small pieces to weld on and adjust as well. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. It depends on the spindle. The knuckle will bring tire in and without spacer or better offset rim they will 100 percent run on stock with zone and bds for sure Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. This^^^^^^^^ There are many types of lifts. I went with a 6.5” zone lift. The spindle is the difference in the upper control arms. That is why some state steel or aluminum. When you lift it brings the wheels in some. To run stock rims at minimum you would need spacers. Not something I condone as spacers in my opinion are a weak point on the hub. You can run a 2” spacer on 5100s but as the Shop told yoh it isn’t safe and the angles for this much lift without a drop bracket would not be advisable. You mentioned some spacers and blocks, but understand you can just take and make a cast iron block or wipe up some spacers for the top of the tower. All of that in a true lift kit is made to a specific spec to keep all of your angles in spec and proper geometry for the Truck. Cheap isn’t always good and when you have a 50 000 Truck do you really wanna skimp on a 1000 dollar lift? Bds and zone and pro Comp all have a guarantee that they put to make sure if there is an issue and they are to blame for their geometry being off they will cover what was damaged. Another reason the kit is worth the extra money. I bought my kit and had it installed locally and I didn’t pay attention that when the shop ordered it that there was an attention note that stated to use add a leaf with lift for crew cabs. So I had to order that separate but me and the Shop worked it out and my 6.5 lift is level and quality. One thing I didn’t want to worry about trying to save a couple bucks. The quality speaks for itself. It comes down especially when you are 4wd that the cv angles will bind trying to reach anywhere close to 4”. That is why people are telling you to get a true lift so all angles will be in spec. And cvs remain straight. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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