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Ericruiz911

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  1. Dam, I definitely don't have any of those issues. I don't understand how Rough Country said "it's normal". The only thing I dislike about the kit is that it HAS to be used with the factory struts. Really wish I could move over to something a tad stiffer in the front later on but that is really my only complain and even then, I still highly recommend it. If you will spend a lot of time off road, looks elsewhere because it isn't made for that but then again, I don't think many people will even get close to anything "off-road". I have already gone through some back trails to do some sightseeing and it did fine. Just FYI
  2. That's the truck on a 4 inch ReadyLift with 17x35s Falken Wildpeaks
  3. I've always liked the bigger sidewall on my trucks because of looks and it's just more practical for me. If I need to fit in a real tight spot then all I have to do is push up against the curb. Plus, one less thing to worry about when the Mrs. takes it out lol. The one thing I do have to say made a massive contribution was switching over from Toyo At2 extremes to the Falken wildpeak AT3W. My first batch of them had a pulsation issue that they deemed was a warranty issue and my second batch is golden. The ride compared to my old 17x35 toyo at2's is night and day. So much smoother, less noise, and wet traction is a ton better. I loved my Toyos but riding with these, I realize that they were too hard a tire which in turn would cause them to have poor wet performance.
  4. So I'm using the factory shocks. Something I'm not a fan of but Bilstein and Procomp had yet to come out with any factory replacement shocks for our truck so I stuck with it. I do feel that rear needs to be stiffened but for overall ride quality, I have to say it's the smoothest one I've driven yet. It's a combination of the better construction on these trucks and I have 0 complaints about the quality of ReadyLift's suspension. Now, I did have some installation issues where they sent me an incorrect batch of screws and I did have to go back and replace hardware for the correct pieces but that was something they resolved immediately, even though I did have to dish out more lift rental time. Sometimes things like that happen and they fixed the issue right away so can't complain.
  5. I've been super happy with my ReadyLift 4" lift. No issues with angles and only slight rubbing at full lock in reverse with 35s on 17s. Rides really smooth and even though I prefer a stiffer suspension on a lifted truck, I have 0 complaints. Install was pretty cake too.
  6. Really don't feel like it should be a problem. Many folks here tap their signal wires off the bose and have been able to update. Just my 2 cents but I really don't think that would cause a failed update. How do you know you are getting codes, check engine light? Unplugging the battery for a bit and letting everything reset may clear and allow you to force the update. From a technical perspective, I can't imagine an amplifier stating "no load" would cause that. Worst case scenario, throw stock speakers back in and plug them in but I would try another dealership before I went through that hassle.
  7. Updated price to $220 shipped as I had a local purchase one of the tunes. This will come with 2 tuning license now
  8. How the hell did you get that mounted? I have been trying to change out my subs but have gotten a lot of pushback due to mounting depths. 6" appears to be what fabricators are calling max mounting depth before needing a seat lift and the W7's are at 8" of mounting depth plus almost another inch for excursion. Did you end up having to do a seat lift? Need details!
  9. Old AP drivers test fitting. I will have my fabricator make a bracket to secure it and that's all. Audiofrog gb25s should drop in though
  10. Finally got around to getting some measurements. So the measurements for the dash speakers and opening are as follows: Hole mounting distance = 3.5 inches Dash opening = 2 5/8 inches I was able to fit my massive audible physics drivers in there after some trimming. Way easier to trim than the previous years and was able to get it done with just a razor. Just opened up the diameter a bit and opened a slot for the speaker terminals.
  11. Let's see how they respond to the hub centric rings being installed tomorrow.
  12. It could be but I was able to come across people with very similar issues as mine which leads me to believe it's the tires themselves. Even falken reached out saying it could be an out of round tire and they're ready to warranty it which leads me to believe they've had similar issues with the tire. https://www.tacomaworld.com/threads/falken-wildpeak-issues.600057/
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