I have an Fabtech 2” top mount leveling kit installed on my 18 Silverado Crewcab. Bought it from our GM dealer, and had it installed by them. No difference with stock ride, no sounds or vibration. And no negative affect to GM’s warranty. The work they did other than the install, was wheel alignment and they adjusted a very slight reduction of the turning circle. They also adjusted the headlights. They advised me that 2” was the absolute max to go for a leveling kit without causing problems..
From what I have seen it’s the AXEL shaft that normally breaks if one of the real wheels locked up by friction while heavy torque is applied. Drive shaft, or it’s components should not break with a well maintained drive train. It’s good that GM recognized that, and is fixing the truck under warranty.
I feel going back 10 years having to put a key in the column, to turn it to start the engine in my new ‘18. I am used again :-). I was not to happy with the banging sound of the remote fob either. I applied the solution that was suggested here: I stuck some Velcro on the column; 3$ solution, looks great, banging completely gone.
Greetings from Dubai! I bought a few weeks ago my 2018 5.3 Crewcab Midnight Edition with Z71 package, 50% tint, and Bakflip MX4 bed cover. Its my first Chevy in my 30 years of buying history, and can say I am impressed with the ride and build quality. I did on this forum a lot of research before buying; it was very helpfull reading all the posts. I do not plan any modifications right now, other than removing the lower airdam; I like the truck as it is.
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