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Anakalypto

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About Anakalypto

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    Bryant, AR
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    2019 GMC Sierra 6.2L X31 CC

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  1. Ok, that’s what I said, you can get the longer shocks for another $2k, but the standard kit comes with spacers. I chose to order custom 5” lift coil overs to pick the front up a bit more instead. Not sure what we’re talking about. [emoji2371] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. What are you looking at? The coil overs? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Yeah no doubt you can order longer Fox shocks, but they don’t come with the standard 4” kit. I’m running Fox rears with custom 5” lift coil overs coming next month Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Not a longer shock, they space the top of the strut, but everything else is right. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I have the BW Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I don’t think changing the UCAs is needed. The BDS lift will increase your front track width about an inch or 1.5”. I have a buddy with a leveled AT4 and while he’s about as high as me up front, my front width is noticeably wider and I think looks much better. The UCAs help with various things but a big one being correcting angles when you lift the front without dropping the front diff, just a matter of geometry because of how the control arms swing in as you increase droop. I’m running the 6.2 and my tires are about 72lbs each, I could feel the difference but the truck has plenty of power -
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  8. I’m running the 4” BDS kit, stock UCAs with Fox rear shocks, custom powder coated chartreuse yellow. What’s cool with the BDS it the 4” kit and 6” kit are basically the same. I could swap rear blocks, U-bolts and plate, and front spacers and got to 6”. I’m running 35x12.50s on stock 20s right now with no running (minimal trimming). It sits perfectly level. I’ll be swapping to custom set Fox coil overs later in the year and plan to set them around a 5” lift, should give me a good stance, look badarse, and improve ride. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Spray paint, sand paper, and 10 minutes.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. My 2019 with a 6.2L and 10spd has just over 26k on, pulling 35x12.50s for most of its life. No issues at all, love this truck. The anti-lock brake issue was a pain. I have a few seat squeaks that I’m chasing. Otherwise it’s been rock solid. Half those miles have been pulling a 24’ pontoon, or trailer loaded with ATVs. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Have a ‘19 SLT that has the rear cam and blind spot/parking radar all the way around. Can I add the side and front cameras? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I’m running these same tires on an SLT with a 4” lift (OEM 20s). What air pressure are you running? These F rated tires seem to ride best for me about 37psi up front and 32psi rear. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. What tires are you running? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. In case anybody was wondering for sure, these will fit a GMC Sierra as well. Put mine on today. If you want to keep the rubber dust cover you can, but there is a trick to it. You have to take factory tow hook out. Pull the boot out. Put the new tow hook in through the bumper from the back side. Line it up then slide it up inside the frame rail, all the way in where you have to reach in with your finger to get it out. Then put the rubber boot back in place. Then reach through from the front bumper through the boot, and pull the new tow hook through them both. It’s a bit hard, you have to wo
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