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  1. I'd be half inclined to remove it and remove your springs from the COs and check travel, clearances, and motions with it at bump. If all seems fine figure where full bump should be and trim it to just a touch longer than that to account for compression.
  2. Just finished up the 2.5 HMI/radio/usb upgrade in my 2015 to add Android Auto, Car Play, and the in motion unlocks through @GTPprix at WAMS. The process was straight forward and easy and the results are awesome. Highly recommend doing. I did run into a hiccup on the factory nav calibration afterward but all ended up ok and WAMS was very, very fast to respond and help out. Now to start sourcing an instrument cluster to finish the upgrade completely.
  3. We have a 2015 2500 6.0 WT truck here at work that the ac compressor blew up and sent metal throughout the ac system and everything had to be replaced. I think it had somewhere in the 30k-40k mileage range then. Seems like I've read about that a few other times too. Crossing my fingers on my persona 2015.
  4. Not clean and hidden but more bold and aggressive but I built this setup. Give you an idea of a non traditional setup more offroad race truck inspired. I have it for sale now here as well as I have changed up my bumper setup.
  5. My initial guess is the exhaust leak was making the reading to the o2 on the bank incorrect and so it richened up that bank and fouled those 4 plugs
  6. Are all 8 plugs fouled or just the 4 on that bank? Is it the bank that had the exhaust manifold leak?
  7. Ah, true, forgot it was just the clockspring to airbag. I remember that now when I was looking I was finding way more deals on wheels on ebay for 1500 trucks than 2500 and thought the same thing but held out and finally found a good deal on a 2500 wheel so didn't mess with that. When all said and done after buying a new wheel and clockspring and selling my old ones I was out of pocket under $100 for the heated wheel upgrade. Definitely a worthwhile upgrade
  8. I believe the airbag wiring is different between the 1500 vs 2500/3500 as well. Seems one has 1 plug vs other has 2.
  9. For sure use the warranty but I would just replace the broken bolts before using those clamping devices if you have access to a welder.
  10. Got my front 5100s on amazon warehouse for $53 and $55, rear 5100s for $58 each, and a bilstein steering stabilizer for $43. All prime shipping.
  11. Can a front camera be added as well?
  12. If you have a welder its really not too bad to replace the broken ones yourself, at least on the older trucks, haven't had the pleasure to do the newer ones yet. On a 2005 just taking the tire and wheel liner off gave plenty of room to weld a nut to what was left of the broken bolt and take it out. Did 3 on one side and 2 on the other on that truck. The 2001 6.0 for my rock crawler had 3 broken total as well.
  13. How do you turn on the reverse camera then? Just install a switch that sends power to the camera and it will take over the screen even if not in reverse?
  14. Problem is, how many guys frequent the for sale page when they are 2015+ 2500/3500 specific items. I have a custom light bar on the for sale page here that fits these same trucks and don't get many views. I know I never look in the classified pages. I might be interested in the lower shackles if you still have in a few weeks. Need to install the airbags and see if there would be any weirdness with the truck lowered with them installed.
  15. Thank you for sharing your detailed experience. Very informative.
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