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gambler1

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About gambler1

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  • Birthday 05/30/1959

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  • Name
    Jerry Contat
  • Location
    Brandon, Florida
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    2015 GMC Sierra Denali 1500 6.2 4x4
  • Interests
    Fishing, Outdoors

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  1. I have the Ridge grapplers on my Denali, I think there a little more aggressive like a hybrid between A/T and MT.
  2. 2015 Denali 1500, I Have a 2.5 level on my truck and went to a 295/55/20 Ridge grappler by Nitto which is hitting sway bar only on stock rims at full/lock what is my next step to remedy this issue?
  3. Looks good. What brand tire? and what brand wheel and offset? 20x9?, 10? No rub?
  4. Anymore updates on this issue? mine is at dealership for this and a torque convertor.
  5. 45 psi is what they are currently. I believe 80 is max pressure and ya that is wayyy to much. What did you drop yours to? Do you have any experience with a level and magnetic ride shocks?
  6. Ok been following this section for a while and would like to know about having the magnetic ride shock sensors recalabrated. I have a 2015 Denali 1500 4x4. The Dealer put on a Suspension Maxx 2 1/2" level up front and a 2"Block in the back about 6 mo. ago. My truck looks great but rides like a lumber wagon (Very Stiff) , so I ask them about recalabrating the sensors. As I have read about it here. They said never heard of it and it was not needed? So my question is who can check this for correct position besides a dealer that is clueless? My understanding is this is computer related for a software update correct? I also need to note that I am also running a 10 ply tire so I know there will be some stiffness but didn't expect it to be that bad. Any help?
  7. Just Google (Suspension Maxx) get the phone number, ask for Larry. He will tell you everything you need to know. I went thru all the searching crap myself on my 15 Denali, I have this kit and am very happy with it. Thank Me later.
  8. I also have a 15 Denali, Yes you can level it. I put a 2.5" on the front and will be raising the back with a 2" block this week. I used "Suspension Max" kit. Which is made for the magnetic ride shock.
  9. Ok Guy's I'm at wits end here, I've got a 2015 GMC Sierra Denali 1500 4x4. I had a 2.5" level added to the front and the truck sits how I like it. Almost near level. I tow a boat often and the rear sags so I tried the Roadmaster Active Suspension to eliminate squat but not happy, it did not help at all or not enough to notice . Seems very bouncy. Was gonna go the Air Bag route but they do not offer a kit for a 1500 with Magnetic ride shock system. What can I do to the rear end to help? was thinking maybe a 2" block? add a leaf? The truck suspension seems to soft and I am limited on choices to to the magnetic shocks. Any good suggestions sure would help
  10. Yes I installed the Suspension Maxx Kit on My 15 Denali 4x4. Great kit and zero problems. I have magnetic ride shocks also. I suggest if you go with this kit only level up 2" on front or you might have to add rear block kit. I went with 2.5" up front and now need to do the rear,- or drop front to get the up rake taken care of.
  11. Hi, new to site and new GMC owner (2015 Sierra Denali 1500) . Has anyone have an honest review on the Roadmaster active suspension for 1/2 ton truck? I pull a boat a lot and was debating between this-- (activesuspension.com) or air bags to help with the sag and improve ride. I am also looking at Full throttle 4" level kit for trucks with magnetic ride shocks . any feedback on these products or suggestions?
  12. Would like to say hello to everyone.I'll go by gambler1 on this site, New GMC Sierra Denali owner and seems to be a lot of good info here. Hope to get started on some mods soon
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