Yes, I ordered some Cables that have class S clearance specifications and installed some 1/4 inch wheel spacers. No they’re not hubcentric because no one makes any in the 1/4” (6mm) size for OEM rims (if anyone knows of a company that does please let me know). I’ll take some pictures and post them later.
https://boostautoparts.com/products/high-spot?utm_source=GM+2019%2B+High+Beam+to+Spot&utm_medium=Comment&utm_campaign=YouTube Boost Autoparts basically did what was previously mentioned and powered a relay. Not a bad price and only takes a few minutes. The diode is easy for the fog mod, but this is a little more to it.
I used just the lower thin spacer (just unbolt the bottom shock, lift up the front of the truck a little bit and may have to push down on the wheel and the spacer slides right in and even used factory bolts) which gave me a total of about 1/2 inch. I would NOT advise a spacer only level larger than that because of the previously mentioned UCA ball joint issues and remember it’s not a 1:1 ratio so if you’re raising it a half an inch it’s going to be a quarter inch thick spacer basically. I have about 50,000 miles in my vehicle like this. Don’t forget you still need an alignment…tires are expensive.
Other than what was already stated, the camera views alone on the 19 really help parking in tighter spaces. The seats are not as comfortable on the 19 and the side mirrors don’t blend in as well...that is about it other than the 10-speed is way less problems.
I’m still waiting on a mild off-road bumper that has an integrated winch mount but no luck... They have a few out there that look good on lifted trucks but they’re huge in person so if you don’t do anything out to your truck it just looks like it has a fat lip.
Totally agree...they’re making vehicles now so only the dealerships can work on them!!!
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