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  1. Ok i got the level kit with spacers, did you add the brackets for magneride sensors or you disregarded them?
  2. anyone with experience with the arnott combo unit, 2017 sierra denali with magneride. I installed the arnott sk3354, now the truck sits about an inch lower in front, rides beautiful. If i were to take the factory spring and replace the arnott spring, would that help me you think? i also have the 1 inch spacer that i could install in front.
  3. so i used the arnott fronts, truck rides great, but its about an inch lower in front, what did you use to lower rear?
  4. hey what did you end up doing, i installed the same arnott setup and my 2017 sierra denali is lower in the front now.
  5. 2017 6.2 sierra had oil sweating from rear main since new, dealer resealed lower pan, still sweats. Have range afm since new also. 33k miles Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  6. Guess what surprise it wasn’t the oil pan, still leaking. I said to them rear main seal, of course lets do the easy fix. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  7. Same here very sloppy Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  8. They replaced the pan assembly, resealed it Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  9. Just had mine at dealer for an oil leak that was there since 2500 miles old and it turned out to be lower oil pan. I originally thought it was rear main as it looked like that, only sweated never dripped. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  10. Rust buildup on slides disassemble rear brakes clean and lube slides lube pads reassemble and flush fluid in rear calipers, lol still does the same noise Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  11. Im in the us, it is still under bumper to bumper. Im bringing in tomorrow and gonna raise hell with service writer its bullshit. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  12. 2017 sierra denali 26k miles, had some warranty work done, tri step motor replaced, oil leak, transmission flush and recall, and my brakes sound like the calipers were making a creaking noise when you press the brake pedal. All work done but they charged me $180 in labor to lubricate caliper pins, remove rust, sounds like bullshit to me. Low and behold still creaks and now brake pedal is hard. Is that right for dealer to charge labor 2 hours? Im gonna bring back definetly Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
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