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  1. Welcome. Digging the standard cab truck. Don't see many of those. You're right up the coast from me, I'm down in Big Sur.
  2. All of this over that little dent? Oh man, just deal with I say. Its a truck...
  3. I have been thinking about this as well. I bought a wireless relay switch that comes with a remote. I am hoping I can just program the Homelink with the remote that came with the wireless relay.
  4. Well I will be the first to admit I was wrong about this one. It doesn't make 100% sense to me but I get the jist of it. This is also kinda helpful. http://www.bilsteinus.com/fileadmin/user_upload/user_upload_us/pdfs/Bil_LevShks_WebArticle.pdf
  5. That is due to the shock dampening, not spring compression.
  6. The springs are no more compressed in the highest setting as they are in the stock configuration.
  7. I recently installed 5100's and have them on the highest setting. Now when I go over a bump hard, I am hearing a clunk noise. Its only when I go over a speed bump or a depression in the road with any kind of speed. If I go over it slow I hear nothing. Has this happened to anyone else? Any thoughts on what it might be?
  8. Reviving this thread with some personal information and some questions. I live in a very hilly and twisty area, so I use my brakes more than most do already. Combine that with the amount of towing I do, most loads around 2-3 tons, I have worn through my pads rather quickly. Just over 12k and I have less than 10% left, will be replacing them tomorrow. I have searched online and cant seem to find any information on torque specs. I am looking for the specs for both front and rear caliper brackets, as well as guide pins. Truck is a 2015 1500 SLT.
  9. My '15 Sierra SLT has that screen. It was enabled when I got the truck.
  10. I use the passenger one for my phone. I have a cup holder mount and run the charger from the center console 12v plug. .
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