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  1. Thanks for the reply but not what I wanted to hear. Good luck with the new truck!
  2. Do have Onstar? They would’ve received the error messages. Don’t know how this would help the dealership but at least it’s proof something happened.
  3. Booger T I see you posted this back in February. Are you still having this issue? What was the fix if the problems gone?
  4. I’m having the same problem here. I have 10k on the truck now and it’s been doing it for about 6 months. It’s coming from the left rear brakes. I took off the wheel and spun the rotor and it only rubs on 1 section. I put at dial indicator on the rotor and it’s not warped. Brake pads look like they’re still brand new. Finally made a appt for Monday let’s see what they have say.
  5. Not sure but looks like they should be removed. That shim negates the whole purpose of the tapered block they provide. Like you mentioned before bds does use a flat block so the shim is required
  6. I’ve been doing more research. I watched a video on a fabtech 6” install and they have the tapered shim positioned thick part towards the front tapered end towards the rear. On the bds install guide it states to position the shim the same way from the factory which thinking back I marked it before removing so Now I know I put back the way it was removed. But the illustration they have figure 4a page 26 shows the opposite. Now I’m confused on what’s right or wrong. The illustration or their wording. I reached out to someone who had theirs professionally installed hopefully gets back me. Also I’m going to contact bds and see what they say.
  7. Well shit!!! I feel like a dumbass!!! I just looked At the instructions and page 26 figure 4a clearly shows the thin part of the shim towards the front Which does bring the pinion up. So I was right in what I 1st mentioned. I installed mine backwards also. Back to to drawing board going to flip it around over the weekend. Glad you asked about this lappoolboy!! I’ve been driving around like this for 9k
  8. Sorry I take that back. I just looked at mine and the shim is position just like you have pictured. I’m going to take a look at my instructions just to double check but I put 9k on my lift already and don’t have any kind of vibration.
  9. I installed my bds lift myself and I have the shim facing the other way which brings the pinion angle up making the driveshaft angle straighter. Thicker side should be facing rear thinner towards the front.
  10. I installed my bds lift myself and I have the shim facing the other way which brings the pinion angle up making the driveshaft angle straighter. Thicker side should be facing rear thinner towards the front.
  11. I found this on the mazulla site. Looks like they offer the Kings in a 3” https://mzoffroad.com/collections/chevy-gmc/products/king-2019-chevy-gmc-1500-3-0-front-coilover-shock-33700-132a
  12. Haven’t installed everything yet I’m still waiting for parts. So far I replaced all door speakers and I’m not happy with it. I’m going to run 2 amps with a LC7I. A 4 channel amp to my door speakers & 1 mono amp to a single 12” sub
  13. Haven’t installed everything yet I’m still waiting for parts. So far I replaced all door speakers and I’m not happy with it. I’m going to run 2 amps with a LC7I. A 4 channel amp to my door speakers & 1 mono amp to a single 12” sub
  14. Just like dw91 said get it from John [email protected] I have a non Bose system and he custom made me a harness for my needs. Really good person to work with. He answered ALL my emails. This guy is legit!!
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