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KOZ45

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  1. Came off a 2018 GMC Denali 1500 Removed with 17,000 miles on the truck Removed professionally by a GMC service department Power operation glass Heated glass Turn signal Memory function Power-folding Puddle light Comes with the LH/RH mirrors and the LH/RH wiring harnesses Markings/part numbers on the wiring harnesses: -Z1810977 -Z886900987 -0977RH -0987LH -8429077 -84290987 Markings/Part numbers on the mirrors: -84342127 -771816AD -771817AD Asking $400 for it all Located in NW Indiana
  2. Ported stock TB 20,000 miles on the TB before the porting job Never ran or installed $225 shipped lower 48 Add 3.75% if using PayPal
  3. Who is running a 295/70R18 on the factory 18s? 295/70R18 : 34.3" x 11.60" 285/70R18; 33.70" x 11.20" 305/65R18; 33.60" X 12.00 Factory 18 x 8.5: +24 mm - Back Space = 5.70" Inches Fits or hits? How much lift?
  4. My truck has the factory stamped steel upper control arms I am going to be installing a 2.5" leveling kit soon I have read stories about the ball joint becoming un-seated from the stamped steel control arms...…..and I obviously do not want this to happen. Who makes UCA that will allow me to run my factory 18" wheels?
  5. How much room do you have with the 285/65R18? 275/70R18 : 33.20" x 10.80" (1.6" taller and .40" wider than stock Not much of a increase over stock......I know I could fit a 275 series easy, but also like the wider tread 285/65R18 : 32.60" x 11.20" (1" taller and 0.8" wider than stock) 285/70R18 : 33.70" x 11.20" (2.1" taller and 0.8" wider than stock) 285/75R18 : 34.80" x 11.20" (3.2" taller and 0.8" wider than stock)
  6. 285/70R18 seems like a nice size: 33.70" x 11.20"...…….not at tall as the 285.75 and a tad taller than that 285/65
  7. I want a lift...…….but it sounds like 2.5" is the max these trucks should have, before doing a full bracket lift? I am thinking about a 2.5" front leveling kit, using the stock struts 1/2" bottom strut spacer and a 2" top spacer or a 2" bottom strut spacer and 1/2" top spacer? Which would be better and why? Then, I would remove the stock rear block (1-1/4") and installing a 2" or 2.5" tall rear block The cap and gear sagged the rear end almost 3/4"...………..so I am leaning towards the 2.5" rear block I like my 18" wheels and want to try to keep them, just add larger tires
  8. Bilstein #25-242515 (Reservoir) allows for up to a 2" lift Icon #76526R (Reservoir) allows for up to a 2" lift Fox #210-90144 (Reservoir) allows for up to a 1" lift Pro Comp Pro Runner #EXPZX3020 (non rezzy) allows for up to a 2" lift Icon #76526 (non rezzy) allows for up to a 2" lift Fox #980-24-660 (non rezzy) allows for up to a 1" lift Bilstein #33-238319 (non rezzy) allows for for up to a 1" lift ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- So, with all that being said, the Fox shocks are all out and the non-rezzy Bilstein is out. Bilstein #25-242515 (Reservoir) allows for up to a 2" lift...……………………………….$332 Icon #76526R (Reservoir) allows for up to a 2" lift...……………………...…………………$479 Pro Comp Pro Runner #EXPZX3020 (non rezzy) allows for up to a 2" lift...………$320 Icon #76526 (non rezzy) allows for up to a 2" lift...................................................$320
  9. I'm looking at new rear shocks and planning my lift Traditional single or a reservoir style? The rear block is 1-1/4" tall...…….I will have a 2.5" block I will only get a shock with polyurethane bushings. I ran shocks with spherical stainless rod end style ends before and they would be locked and seized up in 8 months. Never again Fox?...……….can't find any for over a 1" lift Bilstein? Icon? I am not sure Icon reservoir shocks will be in my budget I ran Bilstein shocks before
  10. Thinking also about payload and/or towing assistance with this truck My F150 had the Max Tow with Timbrens and the truck was able to handle 2500 pounds in the bed This Silverado seems to squat easy and it needs some help...…….I like Timbrens because they are simple and effective I saw another product called SumoSprings……….anyone have hands on experience with them? Air bags are appealing but seems like the bags and lines are more prone to leaks and failing...…....and the need for an air source
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