So after installing a 2" rough country leveling kit, has anyone else had issues with their headlights being at a higher angle and blinding other drivers? haha I'm always having people flashing their high beams at me because my headlights are too bright.
Have you taken your truck in for an alignment? I'm not completely sure, but it looks like your camber may be off. I think If the camber was adjusted to correct specifications, that may resolve the issue. When I installed my 2" leveling kit and went in for an alignment, my camber was a couple degrees off. But again, I'm not an expert so don't quote me exactly haha
Has anyone had to mess with their axle ratios when adding bigger tires? I have read that adding bigger tires messes with your axle ratio and throws your transmission and RPM's out of whack. I currently have a 3.23 axle ratio and I'm thinking of going from 275/55/R20 (31.9" Diameter tire) to 275/65/R20 (34.09" Diameter tire). Is there any truth to this? And if so, is it really anything to worry about or consider?
I'm thinking of putting an exhaust on my 2016 Silverado crew Cab - Short Box w/ 6.2L. I want to use the Chevy Performance Exhaust though. Can someone tell me which part would fit my truck? 1.) P/N 23462042 (2014-2016 Performance Exhaust – Silverado 1500 with 6.2L V8 - LWB) or 2.) P/N 23462043 (2014-2016 Performance Exhaust – Silverado 1500 with 6.2L V8 - SWB)
I've been doing some digging and watching some YouTube tutorials and it does seem pretty easy. I'm going to go with the 2" Rough Country spacers. I figured I'd buy the part and whatever I was going to spend on labor, I would just spend on tools haha your replies are very much appreciated my friend!
I own a 2016 Silverado, and it comes equipped with lane keep assist and forward collision warning systems. My question is, will adding a leveling kit affect the functionality of the systems? Has anyone had any issues, or have you had no issues at all? Thanks in advance!
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