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D_Mackler

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About D_Mackler

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  • Name
    Dustin
  • Location
    LHC AZ
  • Drives
    2018 Silverado CCSB
  1. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    Ya, you definitely have to drop the hitch
  2. 2014+ Truck Bed / Tonneau Covers

    Retail is about $1800 painted and installed with remote unlock. I'm a dealer, so I got it for much less than that.
  3. 2014+ Truck Bed / Tonneau Covers

    Here is a quick pic of my new Snuglid SL. Remote unlock, carpet and led 12v lighting.
  4. Post Pics of Your 2014+

    My Snuglid SL came in. Opted for remote unlock. It's amazing how nice painted fiberglass looks on these trucks.
  5. Sure. As. Shit... That's gonna be a nightmare explaining why I'm using my phone to scan the sticker to a 90 year old man... They already thought it was smoke and mirrors when i got the paint code out of the glove box. Thanks gm....
  6. The sticker is in the upper glove box, not the lower. I sell camper shells and tonneaus, so I have to look at that sticker for paint codes. It's in the upper glove box on every new Chevy/GMC I have seen...
  7. Post your 2014+ wheel/tire set-up

    Dub 22x9.5 +31 with Nitto 265/40/22. Truck is lowered 5/7. Haven't had any rubbing just yet...
  8. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    Threw on some Dub future wheels. 22x9.5 +30 with 265/40/22 Nitto 420s tires. Drop is IHC 5/7, the front dropped slightly less than 5.
  9. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    IHC. I've seen some that are far from centered. Mine is nearly perfect.
  10. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    You're running mcg spindles and struts? How many rings in your struts?
  11. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    FL 17.5 FR 17.5 RL 17.5 RR 17.75 That's with 10 psi in the bags
  12. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    Here are some pictures of my wheels in the fender. Pretty darn centered in my eyes
  13. Driveline vibration

    That's very common with any lifting or lowering. You're changing the pinion angle on the rear axle which can cause vibrations. You have to shim the axle to get the angle where the truck is happy (stops vibrating). Different trucks take different shims to alleviate the issue, you may only need 1-2 degrees worth of shims.
  14. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    I've wondered if I was sent an incorrect spindle for the arms my truck had? Who knows. I've heard nothing but good things and that was my one and only experience with them. Plus, their customer service was really lacking through that issue. I'll get a pic of my wheel tomorrow if I remember, it's damn near centered. Even at 5". They redesigned their kits and the only go to 5 in the front now. I'm wondering if they fixed some of those issues in this last revision.
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