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  1. Curious what lift your running, fabtech? How much trimming did you do? I have a '15 Sierra, bds 6, Fox rears w add a leaf. Had to add 1.5 inch zone BL to run 35 x 12.5 tires on a 12 wide rim. Just a c hair bit of rubbing w/wheels cranked in reverse. Also had to cut front bumper. But the suspension can now mostly go through it's motion trouble free lol Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  2. The shop who installed my bds lift had one of the strut studs shear off when installing. So the truck was hung up on the hoist until I could find a replacement. I was worried out would take two weeks to get a replacement and that it would not be covered under warranty due to the fact it broke during install. I called up the guy who I got the kit from and he got back to me saying they are shipping a replacement strut over night for me. I paid full price to get it over night until someone at BDS could review the pictures I sent them. The strut was fully covered, no questions asked, all I had to pay was the cost difference of over night shipping. BDS stands behind their stuff and are good to deal with. Ill be getting another BDS lift when the time comes. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  3. Most likely lift block pin is mis-aligned, causing it to"dog track". I would at least call the shop that did the work and tell them they did something wrong. It's poor Workman ship. In my opinion if it's not lack of experience or knowledge in some of these shops, it's the fact that they become content and over look minor details that cause bigger problems. I ve gone through similar situation s with certain shops that I have a hard time letting anyone touch my truck. I rather do it myself, and if I screw up at least I didn't pay for someone to screw it up lol. To answer your question, no, I would not let any shop work on it, been there done that. Make sure they are reputable, and have a good talk with the boys that'll be working on your truck. You can usually tell right away if they are knowledgeable, and hopefully they take pride in their work. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  4. For some reason daubert doesn't list Canada as a shipping option. And I can't find it on the amazon.ca site only the .com which doesn't doesnt ship to Canada. A guy at the parts desk at the dealership said they couldn't get the stuff. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  5. Does anyone know where I can buy the nox rust coating that gm uses on their frames? Im in Canada and can't find it anywhere here. Thanks! Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  6. Problem solved. Called bds and figured it out, springs are supposed to be stacked like a pyramid (only upside down).
  7. Do you have pictures? Having a bit of a hard time picturing what you did there... Thanks! Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  8. Quick question, whats a chassis saver Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  9. Ya I don't know the guy that did it, so for all I know he might just be learning or doesn't know too much about what he's doing, happens a lot these days in many if not all trades lol. Ah well , will have to see when I have time to do the research how to get the truck running the best it can be with what's on it now. I'll have to show him the street speed video though haha Thanks for the input! Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  10. Custom tune for reg fuel. might re tune for 91 soon but it likely won't affect numbers, likely notice slight increase at wot Only thing I can think of is the cold air inductions air box is bigger, maybe better design than the banks? the filters look similar in size Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  11. Numbers seem really high. Not sure where I am losing numbers lol. Here are numbers on my 2015 Sierra 5.3 after a couple bolt ons... banks intake, mbrp 3" cat back, and an HP tuners custom tune. 312hp torque 333 at the wheels. I don't have a before run of the truck before intake and exhaust. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  12. Sorry, Not sure if you mean resonator or the cat. Resonator is out by the axle. From exhaust back (towards the cats/engine) that golden brown colour is normal Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  13. Ya, I'd be curious. That's fairly low mileage. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk

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