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About SkiDooNick700

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  • Birthday 02/10/1992

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    Nick
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    Michigan
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    2015 Sierra CC 4x4 6.2L NHT

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  1. Decisions, Decisions. (tires)

    Not sure if this will help you but I am also considering the top 3 on your list. I am basically 99% going to go with the Falkens because it looks pretty aggressive and has similar sidewall look to the BFG, it is cheaper, it has the snowflake symbol, and its P rated so still relatively light weight (I am a totally different tire size tho 275/60/r20) I don't know off hand what any of those tires are in the size you are considering (P, LT, E). I believe my sisters boyfriend has the Toyo AT2s, for about 1 or 2 months now. Haven't heard any negatives from him.
  2. Right... so is it a design flaw then in engine architecture or defective parts? Or just a one off?
  3. Have you always driven a truck?

    Mostly, yes. When I was 16 I was primarily driving an 05 Chevy Equinox but also began to "steal" the 02 Chevy Avalanche that my mom drove. By the time I was a senior in High School I was pretty much always driving the Avalanche since my dad bought a 07 Charger RT for my mom drive. Through my 4 years of college I alternated between the Equinox and Avalanche to keep miles off the truck, and when I did drive the truck, it was a nice sunny day LOL. Fast forward to 2015 I officially bought my own first truck which I still have. So, i guess you could say I have pretty much always driven a truck? Heck, I was driving them when I was 13 on private land :-)
  4. Seems the issue is still there even from the L86 in K2 trucks lol. Fantastic.
  5. trademark infringement??

    Both are overpriced unless 20% off 🤣
  6. Warranty Trans Flush

    Just take it to them and let them diagnose. They test drove mine and observed hard shifts. They commanded the trans to do certain things and still had harsh shifts. They looked at the valve body and saw it was damaged. Replaced it and btopped off my trans fluid with the new stuff, about 8qrts or so. Not a full flush, jist what was lost from replacing the valve body i assume. Its been about 1500ish miles now still shifting pretty darn good n smooth i am very happy and enjoy driving my truck again.
  7. way too easy to hit $50,000 msrp on these trucks!
  8. Belstein 5100

    Its 0 to 1, positive one.
  9. Bilstein shocks thread

    Everyone is saying something different lol. I think someone earlier mentioned that would put you at around 2.85" of lift which would really start to give some bad angles, however you are saying that the shop said you have better angles than when you had the 2.25" kit? what oil should i use?
  10. Bilstein shocks thread

    Last question, I think.. :-) Where does one find a 1/4" lower spacer?
  11. Bilstein shocks thread

    Agreed, i believe it is 1.25" as well. I have a 2015, I believe I have the stamped steel ucas, a magnet stuck to them. So you're saying a 1/4" spacer would get me the 1/2" of lift to put be around 2.35". Based on your response, it sounds like you'd suggest the Bilstein 5100s with a small spacer vs the leveling kit?
  12. Bilstein shocks thread

    Thanks for the feedback - that is a great stance you had goin there! 3 inch block.. is that 2" taller than the factory about? Battle Born, wondering your two cents on this... since I've already got the 2.25" ProComp kit for up front, what would be the advantage of running the 5100s with the 1/2" spacer as you suggested, vs running the 2.25" ProComp kit along with 5100s at the lowest setting? I got the kit a few months back so I'm pretty sure I'm stuck with it unless I sell it privately. Ultimately, will there be much of a difference in doing either setup?
  13. Bilstein shocks thread

    It would be 1/2" spacer. I want to be over 2" lift but under 2.5" lift. Sounds like some guys claim 2" lift from bilsteins. Wonder if I should do like a 1/4" spacer? I'm sure every truck lifts a little differently. Just would hate to have to tear everything apart twice if I do it wrong the first time lol. Rather would go slightly higher I guess. That gives an excuse to raise the rear sightly :-) if needed.
  14. Bilstein shocks thread

    So pairing the 5100s at top setting with a top spacer is ok to do? I got a ProComp 2.25" kit for my birthday back in Feb without really weighing the option of Bilsteins. Now that I'm finally about ready to get tires and do this leveling kit, all of a sudden I'm thinking I should consider these Bilsteins and sell the leveling kit.
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