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  1. Mid- travel is usually UCA and coil overs. However Baja Kits makes a stock length LCA with an option for a swaybar connection. https://www.bajakits.com/i-31570261-19-silverado-sierra-1500-2wd-4wd-stock-width-lower-arm.html?ref=category:1459192
  2. He's talking about the front swaybar, not the rear.
  3. Running a sway bar on a long travel kit can be tricky. Causes all sorts of clearance issues. I'd probably re-think a long travel kit for your usage. I think a mid-travel kit would probably work out better for you. King/fox/icon coil overs with a new UCA and maybe even a stock length LCA would be a massive improvement over stock.
  4. This is a known issue for several months know. https://gmauthority.com/blog/2020/09/new-service-bulletin-addresses-valve-spring-issues-in-gm-v8-engines/
  5. Range doesn't have a DFM disabler (not including the Pulsar LT). Range has an AFM disabler. The Pulsar took maybe 15 minutes to install and set up.
  6. I have the Pulsar LT on my 6.2 AT4. I imagine you would have to adjust it to your preferences once its re-installed. But it probably took me all of 10 minutes to figure out how to adjust what I wanted and actually change it. It's not time consuming at all.
  7. I've popped off the black covers in the tailgate to snoop around and most of the area has 2 layers of sheet metal so you may be SOL
  8. This one: https://www.gen5diy.com/collections/14-18-silverado-p-p-harnesses/products/14-18-silverado-drl-harness
  9. Yea I got them in like a week ago or so. Been holding off on the install.
  10. FastWS6TA, I just purchased the FX-R retro kit from your site. Do you recommend the DRL delete kit, or am I good to go with the stock DRL? Anything else you recommend for install? It's a 2015 Silverado.
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