Sounds and looks like the diff locking.
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
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?
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.
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