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Rob41

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  1. I would find a different dealer for sure. While mine couldn't do it either, they tried for more than 2 hours. Never once did they expect me to pay for what they could not do and in fact apologized they couldn't perform the job.
  2. I didn't even know it was an option to not have the push button.
  3. Sorry, my edit isn't working right. Just wanted to add that a lot of the new lifted trucks at dealerships have full warranties because the trucks are built by companies like Black Widow and others that add supplementary warranty coverage and as you can see by the sticker price, you are paying a premium for that. Also, when anyone says it's no problem with your warranty after lifting etc, ask them to show you pictures of their aftermarket lifted 2019 T1.
  4. And this right here folks is firsthand, not just the usual I see them lifted at dealers all the time stuff that has the potential for disappointment later down the road. I also provided a firsthand account of my experience at my dealer on a 2019 Silverado. I also called numerous dealerships in the State of Mi and every one of them said they couldn't do it. BEFORE you move forward, DO NOT count on what you read in a forum. Get it in writing from your dealer! I'm okay with it and built my truck the way I wanted. I can afford to absorb costs normally covered under warranty if that's what it comes to. I just think there are some folks out there that may think there will be no issues when the reality is there are. Two firsthand accounts above. Anyway, everyone should enjoy their truck the way they want but should know actual facts when they make their decision. I'm very happy with my lifted T1.
  5. Well here are a couple pics of my RST with the Readylift 4" SST. I've put just over 6,800 miles on the truck since the lift was installed. Mostly country roads but about 600 miles on two trackers and rougher terrain than most new pick-up owners will ever travel. Also much time pulling a light 4,500 lb camper. I have no CV boot rips, sway bar has never hit the driveshaft in spite of a great deal of articulating and no other negative issues the above youtube commentors spoke of. Aside from a slightly firmer ride due to the, now load rated E tires, the ride is very much factory. This kit is a viable option beyond what could be done on previous years due to the narrower front differential and longer front axle shafts. If there were any adverse effects at all I would be the first to whine about it, lol. I really don't care for the extra space between the top of the tires and the top of the whell well openings that you get with a 6" lift. Particularly considering I'm able to fit 35.12 x 11.77 tires with plenty of room to spare. If you have to have wider tires, or like your tires to stick out then the 6" kit will be a better fit. I highly recommend the Readylift 4" SST kit for the T1's.
  6. I think they stopped offering those because they got in the way of the tie down hooks. I also recall them being quite a bit more than $200 per side....like a lot more. I'd like to get something like that though.
  7. Initially my dealer said they could only reprogram to the largest size offered on my model T1 which I think is the 275/50R22, could be wrong on that though. Once at the appointment, they said they couldn't even do that because GM wouldn't release the code to do it.
  8. Obviously someone who didn't read the posts in the thread, lol. ^^
  9. Wow, that would be a shame if the AT4/Trail Boss's have issues with the Readylift 2" lift with UCA's. I just installed the Readylift 4" SST lift and I have no issues at all. I haven't hear of anyone else having issues with this kit on their 2019 T1's either. Is it something specific to the AT4/Trail Boss platform due to the factory 2" lift?
  10. I doubt they will ever offer a software update to allow this due to the obvious liability. You could however, just wire it to a + tap in the fuse block.
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