I didnt get the DSC , just the standard 2.5 .. Yes , driving slow , bumps , pot holes , slow shock movement is a little stiff... Driving at speeds hitting dips and crossing intersections, RR tracks and stuff is where these shocks really shine.
I had blackbear tune mine right after I bought my 15 . They have provided good service for me. Any changes i need i plan in advance with them , works out good. Their tunes really woke the truck up. Now have 75,000 miles on her and still runnin strong. Recently made exhaust changes , sent a data log and Justin updated my tune. Night n day difference from stock IMO.
FlipZ71 replied to EChavez's topic in For Sale/WantedWhat muffler was in there with those ?
No sir. Just removed the factory struts placed the same spring on the new bilsteins and installed the bilsteins. they were installed at Top Notch from the get-go. The only thing I could think of is that factory spring must have settled compressed back down. Kind of like everyone says it'll settle down the front end will come down after a some drive time. the struts where and it's really more so just the factory spring settling back down itself. The strut breaking in definitely is part of the process but as we all know has nothing to do with height besides the spring perch adjustments. Ok... First time I had mine apart , the A frame stayed in position.... strut going in longer as you said... I loosened the lca bolts... the lca swings down ... then lifted it back up to the strut stuck the lower bolts in ... Left the lca bolts lose until truck was back on wheels... bounced the suspension a few times then torqued the lca bolts
Well if I am understanding the post correctly.... installing the strut assembly back into position? If so this Does not require any compressing .... Compressing the spring on the assembly itself .. yes is much more difficult.... the rental spring clamps are pain .... Chief.
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