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  1. Awesome! I’m getting mine out on Wednesday and didn’t know if I should go highest or the 3rd notch, I appreciate it! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Nice set up! Which height on the front did you do? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Looking to get a seat cover for the rear seat of my 18 CC sierra. Anybody already have one they'd recommend? I'm looking at the weather tech since I already have the floor mats, but any suggestions are welcomed. Wanting one that is designed specifically for the truck, not just a Walmart type cover.
  4. Nice set up! Did you put any level on up front? Any rubbing issues if not? I’d like to go to this set up but not sure what size tire I’ll be able to clear. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Love your set up! Did you add wheel spacers? It looks pretty dang close to level, is there any rake? Ideally this is what I’d like to do instead of a complete lift Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. So looking at the CST 4.5” Stage 1, I see it doesn’t come with new shocks. If I were to go this route, could I throw Bilstein 5100s on with this kit? Also, it appears that these brackets mount up to the frame where the UCAs and LCA go, then the CAs attach to the brackets. Am I looking at that correctly? I’m new to this stuff so I’m tryin to learn/make sure I’m not going to cause any issues to the truck. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Thank ya sir. Do you happen to know if that lift by itself widening the track width? I know with the spacers it added 1/2” Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Do you have the wider stamped UCAs? If so did you have to put the 1/4" spacer behind the wheels to prevent rubbing? I'm looking at doing this and was curious what all was needed.
  9. Is there anyway to set up your fog lights to come on automatically with your headlights? I haven't found anything about how to do it yet and couldn't find much in the manual. My ford I have is just a simple pull the knob out and every time the headlights come on, tada, there's your fog lights.
  10. I get that, I'm not worried about rubbing issues with the stock tires. I'm more focused on if I'll have issues once I decide to replace them and get a bigger tire. You said even with the 2" level that you had no rubbing issues with the 285-65s? If not, that may be what I end up going with. I'm not needing anything crazy aggressive either. I've had 2 sets of the general grabber AT2s now on my ford and have gotten 55k-60k out of them and like the way they look. Now to see if they make them bigger than what I've previously bought. I love my bilsteins, my only dilemma is whether to leave the original Ranchos on the rear and go bilstein on the front to save some money, or just replace all 4 with bilstein. Guess a lot of that has to do with what the wife will allow me spend, guess I better start saving up the brownie points!
  11. For now just the stock 265-65-18, once these tires are worn down I'll replace them with some all terrains but not sure of size just yet. Definitely want something that looks a little more beefy than the stocks. Looking at your profile I like the look of what you're running. What level did you use? I installed the bilsteins on my ford just over a year ago and loved them, so I'm leaning toward putting a set on this truck as well.
  12. Did you leave the stock ranchos in the rear or did you replace them with bilsteins as well?
  13. Forgive me if this has been discussed, but I have an ‘18 Z71with 18x8.5” stock wheels. I see a lot of guys talking about rubbing with leveling kits but they’re running the 20” wheels. So if I were to put the 5100 ride height adjustable on the front, which height would get me as level as possible? 1.26” or the 1.85”? Also, once I have those installed, would I have any rubbing issues on ucas or anywhere else?
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