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JCKustoms

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About JCKustoms

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  • Location
    Oregon
  • Drives
    '18 Sierra All Terrain
  1. What did you pay for your truck?

    FYI- I will never go back to Dennis Dillon! They are a joke. I drove over 6 hours for a new ‘18 Sierra AT 6.2 for an agreed upon price over the phone (and in writing), and after I got there (the next day) they would not honor that price anymore. Gave me some bs excuse... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. All 3 (‘14+) of my 8 speeds have had issues. 2 with the 5.3 and 1 with the 6.2. All three were purchased new. My ‘16 Silverado was the worst. Had it in 4 different times to the dealer for module updates. Of course the dealer couldn’t replicate anything I experienced. Didn’t really notice any difference after each update. Still had all of the symptoms everyone else is experiencing. Never had a fluid flush or change. Had 24k miles. My ‘16 Sierra was not much better. Had 17k miles. Never to dealership. My ‘18 Sierra definitely has the least issues, although different than the others. Waiting to take to the dealership. Has 6500 miles. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. OEM Off-Road Light Switch Install

    Here’s mine that I put in yesterday. Mine comes on, and goes off, after exactly 2 seconds of holding the button. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. RC 2” Front Strut Spacers

    Sorry, these are sold. Thanks But, to answer your questions...They were on my ‘18 All Terrain. I went with the adjustable Bilsteins. I also have aftermarket 20” wheels. So no rubbing issues. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Wheel Spacers

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  6. Wheel Spacers

    Agreed. They do make thicker spacers, but I wouldn’t go over 2” either. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Wheel Spacers

    Let me first say that there will be people telling you that wheel spacers are bad, or not safe. Simply not true. I have never had an issue with spacers of any kind on any of the vehicles I’ve installed them on (can’t even count how many I’ve installed). I would say get some Quality 2” spacers (hub centric if possible) and be done with it. Make sure you install them correctly, and use some blue (242) lock tight when you torque them on. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Wheel Spacers

    How much farther are you wanting them to stick out? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. RC 2” Front Strut Spacers

    I have a used set of 2” Lift RC lower strut spacers with hardware. They came off of an ‘18 Sierra 1500. They have about 4500 miles on them. Spacers are in excellent condition (no instructions or original box). $28 shipped USPS Priority Mail. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Leveling Kit

    To add to that, I have 305/50 R20 (20x9 +1 wheels) with Bilsteins set at 1.85” and it will only rub every so often when in reverse on uneven surfaces. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Finishing up with the Rear Seat Back fold down mod. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Leveling Kit

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  13. I still disagree. 99% percent of folks with these trucks lifted, will only notice a loss in mpg and crappier ride due to the heavier and higher ply tires. Stability generally gets better with a widened track. Any lift that does widen the track on our trucks only widen it 1.5” on each side, 3” overall in the front only. You will not notice a difference with this. Now, with all those massive offset wheels (like in that video), then yes you will notice a difference. But that’s not what he was asking. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Um...no it doesn’t. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. No specific brand of lift will affect towing, but the raised height and larger tires will. I would say with your setup you’ll be fine with 33” tires. You’ll just notice a decrease in mpg. You’ll also want air bags on the rear to keep the sagging at a minimum. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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