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jujutattoos

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  1. I just got some from Rough Country (didn’t break the bank) and I would even put these on factory height, for all those folks that talk about their leaf spring making noise. I had no idea how much torque to the road I was loosing until I put a set on my ‘16 Z71! I would go for it. On the down side they do add a lot of noise to the truck, but that’s nothing a good exhaust system wouldn’t fix. Good luck! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I put a lift on the truck but still have factory wheels. I'm sure if the first bushings couldn't handle it I'll need something that can take the abuse for when I do put some 35's on it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Does any one have any suggestions for an upgrade on rack and pinion bushings for '16 Silverado 1500? I can't find any upgrades for the factory bushings. The rack and pinion is in great condition, but I think the chevy shake has worn out the bushings so looking to upgrade. Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. It is the classic chevy/gmc shake. http://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2016/03/the-mysterious-chevy-shake-is-affecting-pickup-trucks-now-too.html Mine didn't start until 1,500 miles, some sooner. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Brake fluid or brake reservoir sensor, had the same problem w an '08. I'd start there. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. That's the thing brother, NOTHING. The exact words from The Chevrolet customer care folks was "that they were aware of the issue and the vehicle is functioning as designed". They weren't willing to offer a solution if they even had one. My guess is that either it's very poor engineering or even worse quality control of parts. I spoke w a lemon law lawyer and they said they were willing to take the case as it is a known and acknowledged problem from chevy/gmc and they did not disclose it at time of purchase. Most states if you've had it in for repair for the same documented problem 3 times or more you are usually entitled to make the dealership by it back and in some cases lost wages for time at work. Now I'm no attorney, this is not legal advice and this is only what I was told in my state by my attorney but it is certainly worth talking to an attorney and getting them to buy it back for full value and putting the money on something that isn't a problem. Good luck again brother. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. According to the manufacturer, "the vehicle preforms as designed." There is a big problem with the k2xx style trucks and either they are in too deep for a recall, or they are waiting until it gets bad enough for it to get people hurt. There are articles (to many to count about the "chevy shake"). I would bring it back to dealership and have them "road force balance the tires, it'll help but doesn't make it go away. If it really gets on your nerve you can hire a lemon lawyer and they can probably get them to buy it back under the grounds that gmc knows about the problem, and never disclosed the to you the buyer. I've been around the loop with this already. GOOD LUCK Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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