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Couper Harrison

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    2019 Northsky Blue Trail Boss
  1. Awesome. Will likely order the kit soon. Worst case I have to go over to autozone and get a 1/4" spacer.
  2. I'm trying to set up an 8 gang switch panel to control some offroad lights that I plan to add in the near future. My only issue right now is that I can't find anything online about an ignition powered fuse in the engine bay, the only one I have seen people here talk about is the heated steering wheel fuse in the passenger side fuse box. If anyone here knows of a ignition powered fuse in the engine bay that would be a huge help to me, as it will save me a lot of time installing this thing.
  3. Ok, thanks. I think I understand what you're saying. So the ReadyLift kit should be fine with my tires as long as I run a slight spacer to clear the new UCAs?
  4. Hi, brand new to the forum here. I got my 2019 Trail Boss earlier this month and have been absolutely loving it, been doing a bunch of mods to make it sort of my own. I put new tires (Falken Wildpeak At3w 295/70r18) and they rub a tiny bit but its not that big of a deal. At this point, the last thing on my list for this truck is to level it out, but I'm reading that the ReadyLift UCAs (their 1.75" kit) rub against 295/70r18 on stock wheels. I don't have the $ to buy new wheels with a more negative offset, so I was wondering if anyone here has had (and fixed) this issue. Theoretically if I just
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