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LBZdrty

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  1. I haven't seen a single thing anywhere unfortunately Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  2. Few more pics to add Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  3. So I bought a 2006 Silverado 2500hd not too long ago. I had two lb7's that I absolutely loved but wanted the external injectors, 6 speed trans, etc. This truck was lifted when I purchased it and decided I wanted to put better upper control arms in as well as fresh ball joints and beefy tie rods like I had done with my previous trucks. The problem began when I started the upper control arm swap, I noticed the cam alignment pins were broke off for the upper control arm drop brackets but I had to get to work and whatnot so I drilled the passengers side pins out and pressed in new factory pins hoping that would fix the issue, when I set up the appointment for the alignment I asked them to do the cam pins and they said they would. Go to pick up my truck when it was all done at the shop, I went straight to the cam pins, STILL NOT REPLACED. So I went back the next day and asked what was up and they said you don't need them for lift kits like I have because you can put a pry bar in the pockets and adjust it that way. I argued that that's not what our deal was and that they need to be put in and it better not ruin the new set of tires I was getting mounted and balanced the next day. They claimed everything would be perfect but because I had "too many new parts" to properly align it I would have to come back after 1,000 miles which I have never heard of in my life but I agreed to do it for the sake of my new 35's. It pulled hard to the right, brought it back at 800 miles, they called me and said I need to find a fabricator to custom build me new control arm drop brackets because I need the pins.. so I have a super lift extended front driveshaft and some components are nearly identical to my other truck that just so happened to come with a superlift as well. Call up superlift many times over the course of a few weeks, finally get ahold of someone and told him what I have for a truck and I want all 4 drop brackets, sent them to me and I open the box and I got two brackets not 4. Not only did I get half of what I ordered, the parts don't match up to what I have. Call back and ask what the deal is and they said they sent me what I need. Got their email and sent them comparison pictures as they requested and now I can't get them to answer emails or phone calls once again. I really need to get the truck properly aligned so I'm hoping someone can help me identify the lift kit because apparently it isn't a superlift like I had thought. I will attach pictures of everything, thanks in advance and I apologize for such a long post! Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
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