I believe your only option to get the factory JL1 integrated trailer brake controller on a K2 is to sell your -JL1 truck & buy one with it. read more here
Fronts are pretty labor intensive. Yes, it can be done at home. Yes, you will need a spring compressor - a heavy duty one if you are using any of the leveling notches. I went to the 3rd notch on my 5100s and my OTC Strut Tamer couldn't handle it - took it to the shop and they had a Branick that got the job done. That was my experience....YMMV.
Yep, them B'stones don't look very capable in the snow. Low tread depth, no siping, and a highway design. Good for fuel economy numbers, but that's about it. Michelin makes a good tire, but I don't see the 3PMSF rating on the particular one you linked.
Don't tell us what brand/model tires came on your truck....that would be too easy.
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