Can't speak for the other springs but the BDS are still doing good.
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I went with the BDS 4"-5.5" lift springs to replace my factory ones that started the issue at 7k miles. Didn't want to screw around with warranty and having the same issue again anyway so I go the BDS springs installed and the issue is fixed. I already had a BDS 4" lift with a 5" block in the rear so I got these springs put on with a 1" block and I was afraid they would ride a little stiffer but honestly they don't ride that much stiffer. I have Sulastic rear shackles and those things do wonders so that is probably helping the ride quality immensely. Love that the BDS springs don't squat either. Really happy I spend the money and did this because I can't stand any abnormal noises on a 55K truck.
jaymiles007 replied to rxnotec's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsIf I remember correctly I just used Rust-oleum High Performance Enamel spray paint. I didn't take my time and it didn't come out great so I may have it don't professionally at some point. And I don't see any reason plastidip wouldn't work, probably would work better than what I used but I wanted a glossy and glass-like finish.
jaymiles007 replied to rxnotec's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsThat is actually vinyl on there, I have a vinyl cutter and cut the letters out of white vinyl. Unfortunately that raised surface where it says GMC is very slick and after a couple drives the vinyl came up. So far I haven't made any other attempts or tried a different vinyl yet. Probably would just need a vinyl tack spray to do the trick.
Wondering as well? Still sounding good with new springs?
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