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vonrokker

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  1. How did you make the connection to the 7-pin connector for power/ground?
  2. awesome thanks, Did you have any trouble compressing the eibach springs using the spring compressor?
  3. How did you compress the springs to remove the perch from the old struts and how was it to compress the new springs?
  4. Hey Ryan, Those calipers look good. What paint did you use? Did you put any clear coat over the red? Thanks Aaron
  5. Has anyone installed the RC 2" leveling strut on their 19-20 trucks? I have an Z71 LTZ with Rancho's up front and they suck! Wondering if this would be an easy upgrade for somewhat better struts. I bounce down the road after hitting any kind of bump. I am not looking to spend lots of money and was not looking to put much bigger tires on. Just a little lift but better ride is all I want.
  6. I am doing my panels right now in Matte Red Metallic. How did you get the line between the chrome and the panel so nice. I am having a hard time getting it cut and rolled down into the separation. What tools are you using?
  7. How hard was it to form around the radio console?
  8. That is freaking awesome, what color is that and where did you get it from?
  9. What 2" block did you use? Can you measure the front now you have the Eibach's installed?
  10. See that is what I was thinking. I wonder if changing out the front Rancho's with Eibach at the time I install the lift kit would make for a stiffer ride. Keeping the Eibach's at stock ride height and let the kit do the lifting.
  11. I am looking at getting this lift as well. I have the same truck as you but with a 5.3L. I found that the stock suspension is very bouncy. Too soft. Every little ripple in the road and I am bouncing down the road. So when you say it is a bit more rough, can you explain what you mean. How is it different now with the lift.
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