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  1. No, I actually did it on the car side, not sure if that matters or not
  2. I’m coming from a 2012 to a 2018. In the 12, when it rained, i didn’t get any additional noise in the cab from the road spray from the tires, but in my new truck, it’s really quite loud. Several people who have ridden with me during a thunderstorm have asked what the noise is. I’m pretty positive it’s just the wheels throwing water up into the wheel well, but I’m wondering if it’s normal? I do have the factory carpeted wheel well liners, which my 2012 didn’t have, but I would think that would make it quieter, not louder. Anyone else experiencing this? I just want to make sure nothing is wrong Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I was having all of these issues but found a fix that has cured all of them for me... unfortunately, the fix is unpairing the Bluetooth connection. If I have Bluetooth paired and CarPlay, it works like 50% of the time. Once I umpired bluetooth and just used CarPlay, I’ve had 0 issues with CarPlay. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. So it does come up on the newer models? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. UCA help

    I just went through all this on my 2018. I would recommend a 1.5 inch level instead of 2 for a couple of reasons. 1. Less worry about UCA’s. I ask my dealership and they checked my angles and said everything was fine, which I understand isn’t the end all be all for answers, but it was good enough for me. 2. This is a matter of opinion, but the 2007-2013 trucks took 2 inches to level, the 14-18’s look nose up to me at 2 inches. Everyone says to measure your wheel wells, but the wheel wells aren’t the same size on this model. I have running boards on mine, and the are completely level. A 2 inch spacer would have the running boards sitting higher towards the front and lower at the rear. 3. It’s cheaper and easier to install. Most of the 2 inch kits are installed on top of the strut, the motofab 1.5 level installs below. Again, these are just my opinions. Here is my 18 with 1.5 level Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. What is a private offer? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Are you 100% it’s the UCA’s. I was positive that is what mine was rubbing, but it was actually hitting the sway bar. Most noticeable hard right going forward. I have 275-60/20’s and I scrub the sway bar, I’m not sure how you wouldn’t with an even taller tire. Mine is a 2018 as well so same UCA set up
  8. Stock shock replacement

    I have the z60 and I hate it. The road outside the dealership that I did my test drive on had just been paved. I feel every single crack in the road. It does handle well, but I’d prefer the dips in the turns my old truck had compared to the stiffness of this suspension.
  9. I have a 2018 crew cab 2wd, 1.5 motofab level. I’m rubbing sway bar with 275/60r20’s. Only happens in forward while turning hard left. Doesn’t happen hard right, and no rub in reverse.
  10. Would you mind sharing the total cost for that lift? Or PM me? I’m running into all kind of problems leveling, and just wondering if I should just bite the bullet and get a lift. I have no clue what the cost would look like though, and just want to see if it’s even a remote possibility for me. Your truck looks awesome btw! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Yeah it looks amazing. I just don’t understand how that tire fits with no rub. The stamped steel control arms are the stock part for 2018. My 2018 is rubbing bad with 275-60/20’s *** Nevermind I’m an idiot, I just realized you aren’t running the stock wheels. That’s why yours fit and mine don’t. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Do you have any rub? Do you have the stamped steel control arms? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. I’m guessing you have the aluminum UCA’s? These stamped steel arms are creating such a headache. I can’t fit a 275-60/20 without rub
  14. Just heard back from someone else in a different thread, the 1.75 does cause rub on the fender. I had been against a “spacer” and was wanting to do a “adapter” (spacer with separate lugs, but I wasn’t aware they could custom make them. I can’t imagine how a 10mm spacer could cause any issues. Hopefully that works, keep me posted.
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