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  1. I haven't seen one in person but the 2021 customs actually have a console and steering wheels controls now. The steering wheel controls come with a package that's Available for it.
  2. I know the single wheel trucks can clear 37" tires with just a leveling kit. Are there any dually owners with 35-37" tires on factory wheels?
  3. I used a westin winch mount brush guard and a 12kibs winch for mine. The look isn't for everyone but I like it. I do recommend the bilstein shock upgrade with it though. The extra weight makes the front end bounce more noticeable than it already is in these trucks.
  4. Hmm... I'm betting my fender flares are messing up my measurements because you can definitely tell I have more than an inch of lift on mine . I think my rear is 41" I shouldve taken a measurement with the 1.5" spacer I had before because I'm definitely taller than I was with that.
  5. Came out great. Just have to find a place to get an alignment now. Anyone have stock height measurements to the bottom of the fender? I'm at 40-1/8" up front.
  6. Well I stuck with the original game plan. I got everything installed. I set the preload on the 5100s to the 1/2" setting and used the large preload spacer from the zone kit (it had to be used the way the kits designed if you wanted the preload spacer). With that and the small top spacer included in the kit I ended up with about a 1/2" rake (I have a winch mounted on a brush guard plus airbags in the rear end which slightly lifted the back). I took it for a short test drive and it's actually pretty darn good. I was pretty nervous about the possibility of adding to much preload but the winch weight seems to have acted as expected. Deffinatly noticing how crappy the rear shocks are in that short drive.
  7. Will do. Hopefully will have it all together this afternoon. Unfortunately my rear shocks are on back order for 4-6 weeks so I'll only have half the review to give lol.
  8. Yes sir. The factory ranchos are terrible lol. I'm pulling one preload spacer from the kit and doing a 1/2" preload on the shock which would probably put me at 2" of lift if it wasn't for the winch. My thinking is I'll actually end up at the 1.75" the kit is meant for.
  9. I talked with zone about they're kit with the bilsteins. They didn't recommend the combo together because the bilsteins actually have more travel than the stock ranchos and where concerned about the cv joints. Needless to say the zone kit is going on tomorrow lol. I'm just not cutting the droop limiter off the coil bucket. I must say their control arms are BEEFY!
  10. The front pair was $264 and the rear pair was $180 I believe. The rears are the non reservoir.
  11. Only picture I have of mine right now not pulled apart. This with the cheap bottom spacer on. Unfortunately I can't remember what size spacer I had in it.
  12. I'm in lake charles. Does the ready lift kit require cutting off the droop limiter from the coil bucket? I'm doing the same as far as the bilsteins go. I'm adding one notch of preload though to offset the weight of my winch and brush guard. Just waiting on my strut compressor to come in now.
  13. I don't really have a use for it. The auto 4wd is more of an all wheel drive for when it snows. Being in louisiana that's not a problem that I have to deal with lol. My truck really doesn't spend much time in 4wd unless I'm at the deer lease. Trucks cost to much now to go beat the crap out of them in the dirt all the time lol
  14. It's an issue with the big leveling kits and actual lift kits. It's only an issue with auto 4wd. Something about vibrations
  15. It's a Zone 1.75" kit with uppercontol arms. It's coming in Wednesday. It uses preload spacers and a small puck spacer on top of the strut to keep from over extending.
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