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  1. I'm interested too. I hate my weathertech mats.
  2. RC Knuckle lift all the way. No ball joint pinching. Had on my 2014 LTZ Z71 for about 15k miles no problems.
  3. I have about 15k miles on 3.5" RC knuckle lift. It's been flawless, even after 13 passes at the drag strip. I would say it ride about the same maybe be a little stiffer. I did change RC rear 3" blocks that was in the kit to 2" blocks to make my 2014 LTZ 6.2l level. Just ordered 5100 Bilsteins.
  4. If you don't mind, I was wondering what viscosity and brand of oil you're using?
  5. Do you know what your average mpg is on the freeway? I'm interested in supercharging my 2014 6.2. Thanks
  6. Excellent description. Thank you. From what you describe it sounds similar to my old 5.7 OBS chevy with headers. Thought 2014+ body style might different.
  7. Sorry this is off topic but I'm looking to install long tube headers on my 6.2. Did you more noise in the cab at freeway speeds? Thanks.
  8. I know everyone hates it but I've been running the Rough Country 3.5 knuckle lift kit for 15k mile. It raised the front 3.25" and rear 1.75". No pinching of Upper, lower ball joints and tie rods. It rides just a hair stiffer in the front. No rubbing with 20x10 -19 and 33x12.5 toyo rt.
  9. My 2014 did the same thing when I installed LEDs low beam. Never did it again after I added resisters to each light. VLEDS worked perfectly for me.
  10. No trimming with 295/70/17 Ridge Grappler on 17x9 +1 offset and a 3 inch level kit on my 2014 Silverado.
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