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21STCMC

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  1. Let us know what you think when you get them installed please
  2. I don’t think it’s the tires causing the light steering and “floating”, I replaced my 18” duratracs with new 20” wheels and Continental street tires and I think it is much quieter but the ride is still horrible!
  3. I called Bilstein and Fox and neither one had anything available yet. King is the only brand I found with direct replacements.
  4. That's cool but I think they are very subpar in ride quality and bump absorption, I don't get using a $40 shock on a 64k truck
  5. Sorry, "boatiness" Rides like a boat going over small waves on the highway and crazy if you hit bumps in freeway at 70+ mph
  6. Oh it’s not the pressures, already tried that and even swapped the tires. The shocks are not acceptable for a $64,000 truck
  7. DSEP AT4 BUILD

    Looks Awesome!
  8. Yes and I have almost 1 hr commute everyday to work
  9. Anyone swapped out these horrible Rancho shocks yet, I called Fox and they said it would be quite awhile. Anyone know of anything better? I hate the "boatiness" at highway speeds Thanks in advance!
  10. Anyone swapped out these horrible Rancho shocks yet, I called Fox and they said it would be quite awhile. Anyone know of anything better? I hate the "boatiness" at highway speeds Thanks in advance!
  11. Thanks for the spirited discussion, looks like consensus is, there isn’t one. i assure you that my Suburban receptacle is higher than the AT4, I had to remove the drop and install a straight one. On the 2500, I have only owned one and it was a drw and a Royal pain to drive in the city and to park. spoiled on pulling the trailer I have a Seneca that I normally pull it with but wanted something else to replace my Suburban as a daily but still be able to pull the trailer adequately without getting the RV out. Included a couple of half ass pics but you can see it’s on the bump stop and this is with an aluminum trailer without my car loaded.
  12. Thanks for the replies! The empty ATC trailer (3642lbs) with the proper hitch receptacle height still has the suspension on the bump stop when the trailer is empty, my 2015 Suburban (1/2 ton w. 5.3) will not hit the bump stop unless the trailer is loaded and then only on bumps. After research I should have gotten a Max tow package but unfortunately not avail on AT4 or Denali, pretty sure the issue is from the cheap off road shocks and the springs. I incorrectly assumed the truck would have more towing capacity in the suspension than a half ton 5.3 Suburban My dealer has agreed to take the truck back in trade so it looks like my choices are: 1) Keep the AT4 and look at a load leveling hitch, air bags, shocks, springs or a combination of those 2) Get a Denali and hope the Denali's adaptive ride shocks will adjust enough with the trailer to keep it off the bump stops 3) Get a SLT with a max tow package (will lose the color matched bumpers and quite a few other features) and cost is the sam 4) Get a 2019 2500 which is more money, not as user friendly around town, harsher ride and more $$ I have to do something pretty quick to take advantage of the dealer's generous offer to take the truck back
  13. Went from a drop hitch to straight, trailer was same height
  14. You may have the "Max Tow" Package, after further study I see that the AT4 & Denali do not come with and it's not available on either model, forcing someone that wants to tow into a Sierra with a Max Tow option, hard to believe that is needed for such little weight
  15. Believe it or not my 2015 stock Suburban hitch receptacle sits 2-3" taller than the "lifted" AT4
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