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  1. I had a professional detailer apply CQuartz Professional. The detailer had to remove the water spots and I have been very careful not to let water sit on it since. He told me it was not uncommon for a ceramic coating. I researched it and found this issue has been discussed on some detailing forums as well. http://islanddetailandcolor.com/water-spots-and-ceramic-coatings/
  2. I had a ceramic coating applied to one of my vehicles that is not a daily driver. It is kept in a garage and not driven in the winter. While it does shed water very well I have had problems with water spots. I follow all of the processes recommended by CARPRO to maintain it and pay particular attention to any water left on the car when it is parked. The car does look great and I get many compliments on it. However, I chose not to put a ceramic coating on my truck which is used normally and kept outside. Just my opinion, but my detailer has mentioned he has dealt with water spots often. I used a Blackfire polish and will add a wax covering to top it off.
  3. Thanks. I won't be adding a leveling kit. I may add some appearance type mods but nothing more than that.
  4. Thanks, I appreciate the replies. I have owned several Chevy trucks but they were always completely stock. I am enjoying this one so far.
  5. I have a 2020 Silverado 1500 WT Crew Cab that had the 2" lift suspension upgrade system for 4WD vehicles (Part No. : 84768243) installed on it by the dealer when I bought it. It had Chevy 22" wheels with aftermarket 33" tires installed on it as well. I confirmed that all of this would be covered by the warranty before the purchase. I don't know much about lifted trucks and mainly purchased the truck as my boys liked it. Recently, in a Facebook group, I have been reading that this model truck with even a moderate lift is causing problems with ball joints due to the change in the suspension dynamics. The recommendation for people with lifted/leveled trucks is to replace the upper control arms. Should I be concerned about this? Again, I don't know a thing about lifts but from looking at what was included in the suspension system installed it didn't include UCAs. I would probably need someone else to put them on if it is recommended on this forum too.
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