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Tyy1907

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About Tyy1907

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    Tyler
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    2018 Silverado 1500 LT Z71 4x4 6 speed

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  1. Superlift 3.5 Pics and opinions

    Anyone try 4 hi at 60 mph Still smooth as factory?
  2. 2014+ Suspension Lifts

    U have a full size spare? It fits underneath?
  3. 2014 - first year of the new body style I'd never buy a first year redesign 2019's good luck
  4. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    What brandc2" block did u go with? No vibrations?
  5. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Did u get wheel alignment after level put in? Verify that with ur dealer cause that can cause vibration. Level kit will reduce clearance between UCA and bump stop which means limited down travel so if u hit a speed bump bit too fast it could clunk and hit the stop. I think my bump stop has a rubber piece un it but I dont see one in urs
  6. 14 all terrain rear blocks

    Curious why you want to go back to stock Is there an issue with the lift? What would u want for the 4" blocks and are they tapered?
  7. Rear Block Question

    I'm going add a leaf when I do mine. Or if I went the block way it would be non tapered for the 2". You think about it your only going up like 3/4". Taper wouldn't be necessary.
  8. Truck has all of 15000 kms so still young I noticed the seal and boot beside it looked wet or more accurately, was wet at one time from oil. Pulled the fill plug and stuck a tie wrap down and its maybe 3/4" below. And that's in my sloped driveway so its maybe 1" below when level. The manual says only to add oil when its below the drain plug, which seems odd. Should I take it in?
  9. I found the identical gmc rims locally online Would they still work for tpms? Not sure how old they are but they're identical to yours Guys asking 350 for them I'd love to buy em but shouldn't right now lol
  10. I found the identical gmc rims locally online Would they still work for tpms? Not sure how old they are but they're identical to yours
  11. What about pinion angles?
  12. Can I ask what lift or level u have?
  13. I think I read in lift kit install instructions (cant remember which ) that its 85 ft lbs Edit; that's for the u clamp bolts
  14. Fair enough I live in the north where winters are cold and icy so for me I would use it more so.
  15. You hear how some guys get vibration afterc60 on some lifts Hear it more commonly on rc lifts seems like
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