Below are the ones I would go with based upon budget allowances... Cognito actually has 2 types, I only linked one of them as the other is more money... https://www.readylift.com/tubular-upper-control-arm-kit-2017-2018-chevy-silverado-1500-gmc-sierra-1500-1.html https://cognitomotorsports.com/i-30499048-cognito-ball-joint-sm-series-upper-control-arm-kit-gm.html#!submodel%3DTRUCK||model%3D1500||make%3DGM||year%3D2018 https://www.bajakits.com/i-26380443-14-chevy-silverado-2wd-4wd-upper-control-arm-aluminum.html?ref=category:1339923
My Cajun red 18’ has it as well. As stated above this paint is very soft and I have chips all over the truck. I understand the front of our trucks will get chips but I agree it is excessive. I have 13k and I have so many chips it looks like I have 100k+
These are two systems I found that are capable with covers (not all covers)... they both have their pros/cons https://www.max-modular.com/shop-max-modular/utility-rack-for-tonneau-covers https://www.yakima.com/overhaul-hd
My 18’ has electrical steering as well. The vacuum pump controls the brakes. When my pump failed it gave the same 2 codes you got, BUT I also got a service ABS as well. Weird response about off reading tho. I guess I may understand if you were jumping it or doing extreme angles, but I doubt that...
cr250Silverado replied to GPGuy's topic in 2019/2020 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraBoth of my rear doors (crew) are misaligned at the bottom rear portion. I didn’t notice until after driving it off lot (new veg). My dealer adjusted them to the best of their ability. They are better but they are still misaligned. I can tell you from my research on these trucks that many have this issue. Some say the door panel itself is warped and therefore it can’t ever be perfectly matched, while some say the wrong door “pins” were installed and that is the reason... IDK what causes it but I went back to the dealer and 80% of the trucks on the lot had misalignment to some visibly noticeable degree. Tell them to fix it AND YOU inspect it BEFORE signing, or accept you may have to live with it... *I just saw you are talking about front door, regardless the same advice applies...
My only apprehension for this is everything will have to be unloaded from the bed prior to setting the tent up. Then you will have to take the tent down every time you want to drive your truck somewhere. But sleeping off the ground for cheap is really attractive...
I’ve researched almost every lift/level out there that I could find and A BajaKits is BY FAR MY DREAM BUILD! I know the stamped UCA have ball joint issues, but how about the stamped LCA? I like the Prerunner/race kits BC they have awesome UCA and LCA included. 2 kids and a mortgage make those kids cost prohibitive for me tho so that leaves me to kits that replace the UCAs only, but that leaves the stock stamped LCA... so is the stock stamped LCA having issues like the stamped UCA? Or is the LCA sufficient?
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