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  1. I’m in Jax too and had mine installed at Sun Tire on Racetrack Rd. Definitely recommend them and was only 200 with the alignment. Going back there when I have to replace the top hats (nylon vs the aluminum ones I have) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Wow, I have the same setup with the Fox 2.0 and haven’t measured them lately to check. Never had the level kit though. My problem with Fox is they squeak creak like an old mattress... Not thrilled with the support from Fox either. They do ride better than stock but not worth it. Should have just went with King or dealt with the level kit. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Installed Fox 2.0 coilovers around this time last year with no issues until now. Started getting a horrible squeak/ creak from the front passenger coilover. I called up Fox and they explained that they changed the Top Hat (black piece with the Fox logo) from aluminum to plastic because of a clearance/ tolerance issue and changing should help with the sound. Fortunately Fox is shipping the replacements for free but I will still have to pay for the install since they coilover has to be taken apart to replace it... Just wanted to find out if anyone else has had this issue and or If you have plastic vs aluminum. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. BakFlip MX-4 tonneau cover - SOLD

    Just sent you a pm Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. It’s for the 5’8” box Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I have a brand new one “in the box” for sale that I just listed on the forum yesterday for $500. Bakflip replaced mine under warranty and instead of reinstalling again I added my Camlocker tool box. PM if your interested Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. BakFlip MX-4 tonneau cover - SOLD

    Has some questions about the description and this is for the cover and rails. Essentially what BakFlip would send you if you ordered the tonneau cover new. Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Brand new in the box BakFlip MX-4 tonneau cover. Will fit 2014+ Chevrolet / GMC 1500 short bed (5'8"). My original cover was replaced under warranty and deciding to sell vs reinstall. Retails for $899... Selling for $500 Pick up in North Florida
  9. Well my Bakflip MX-4 is getting replaced both cover and rails under warranty. Bakflip has been great about this warranty replacement contrary to what I have heard from other reviews. Nevertheless I have already went a different direction and added a Camlocker tool box. If anyone is looking for a brand new MX-4 to fit a 2014+ short bed crew cab and lives in the North Florida area...PM me an offer to pick it up. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Congrats on the BMW. I went the other way from the Chevy SS to the truck. Some days I miss the performance but understand that vehicle issues make it hard to like any vehicle... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Car seat attachment points Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. While I love the look of my truck without steps my wife and son need them... Silveradosaver's steps are my favorite so far and found an unbelievable deal for new take offs on craigslist today for them. Easy install and happy with the looks. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. 0 offset at 17 x8.5 on 285 sticks out about 1 inch so 9" will be a little more. You will get some debris from the wheels as they stick out but depending upon how aggressive the tire tread and if you keep your running boards will make the difference. The Toyo at2 aren't as aggressive and ride great for an LT tire and with the running boards unnoticed very little spray but once I removed them it's more noticeable. I chose form over function for the time being because I can't find any decide nerf bars that I like... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I had the same problem when I added Fox 2.0 all around and brought the front up 2". My guess is you have stamped steel arms and believe that they must have been really close at stock height to rubbing the UCA's as well. If you want to run the stock rims i.e. 20" there is not a lot of options except for wheel spacers or dropping back down to stock height. I also considered going to a 275/60/20 to see if the tire bulge would clear the UCA at full lock due to the increased tire height. I decided to sell the rims and go with 17" Method NV with 0 offset on a 285/70/70 with over 1" of clearance in all directions. Much happier!!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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