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Charles Baltimore

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About Charles Baltimore

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  • Name
    Charles
  • Location
    Baltimore
  • Drives
    17 Sierra Dbl 4x4
  1. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    Lowering kit I purchased is basically converting control arms to cast models from 07-13 trucks. Consultant says reason is so late model spindles can be used, and that these Better avoid CV axles. Also that ball joints and maintenance parts are readily available and nothing is exotic or difficult to R&R down the road. Is there any reason this kit would change outward “poke”/ offset situation? As it sits the truck is stanced nicely. Anything else to consider before installing this one?
  2. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    Is it optical illusion or is that camber kicking inward pretty good?
  3. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    This seems like the most complete pkg I’ve seen. Does anyone have experience with it?
  4. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    Appreciate all feedback so far. One more round of questions before I pull the trigger on this... So Currently running rear Shackle only. Few hundred miles on this setup and 24” snowflake replicas with all terrain 40 profile/33s. Fully aligned after installed. Truck feels borderline unsafe/shitty ride at best. Really searches for traction after any type of bump in the road. Haven’t gone back to re-torque as recommended because likely reworking entire suspension. My question being what is probably the issue here? and how to be sure I’m gonna ride better after the new kit. Axle flip runs shackles also, should I expect similar performance? Am I experiencing bump-steer? Always have to mildly correct steering after pothole or speed bump. Planning Belltech 1017 kit with Fox2 shock all around. Any thoughts appreciated. Also please anyone who is HAPPY with leaf drop in the rear? Feel like talking about it? Heard plenty of people bash them but no specifics
  5. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    Does 10 hrs labor cost seem unrealistic for spindle/rear flip/shocks all around?
  6. 2014+ Lowering / Drop Kits

    Hoping for input on some options I’m looking at for dropping the Sierra. 2017 4x4 Double Cab. Only looking for 2/4 drop. Rear will be 4” flip with Belltech shock. Is anyone flip kit better than another? Come with shorty bumpstops? McG front- 2” 4x4 specific spindle with corrective control arm ($860+/-) Belltech- coil over drop with sway bar Belltech- 2” drop spindle, no arms. Includes shocks. Any 4x4 specific input would be great. Leaning towards coil overs but feeling like McG probably got it right with the spindle/arm combo
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