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  1. Got mine off my 2020 crew cab in one piece by disconnecting the shocks and raising the truck high enough that the rear wheels were just off the ground & supported by jack stands. If I remember I had move it to the rear to drop the front past the crossmember then twist the exhaust as I got it over the axle going towards the front of the truck. I had the duel exhaust so I unbolted it at the joint by the spare. It can be done!
  2. Anyone with the Pulsar LT using this with a CAI? Watching the Pulsar installation video the unit is attached to the top of the air cleaner box with velcro strips. Wondering where you are attaching the Pulsar unit if you are running a CAI? I have the Roto-fab intake and didn't like the idea of attaching the Puisar to the clear lid.
  3. Got a chance to buy a GM Performance cold air intake from a friends 2019 Silverado High Country with a 6.2. I want to install it on my 2020 Sierra with a 6.2. I know part numbers are different and the included flash is a one time thing so I know I can't take it to the dealer for the included ECU flash. So I have two questions. 1) Do I really need the flash? How would it be different than buying any other after market CAI and not having the ECU flashed? 2) Would the dealer flash the ECU but charge me? Thanks in advance!
  4. When the top spacer is installed it causes the angle of the mounting tab on the bottom of the strut to be reversed making the bolts very hard to get started. If you didn't twist the tab angle to match the lower control arm after installing the spacer I can see where that would cause the bolts to bind. If that makes sense. Control arm angle like this \ & the tab on the bottom of the strut like this /. The tab need to be twisted around so the angles match. As for the clamps I did not have to replace them.
  5. Once the spacer is installed on the strut the three new mounting studs in the spacer are 180 degrees from the originals. This stud pattern . ' . to this stud pattern ' . ' so you just spin the strut assembly 180 degrees to get the top studs to ling up again. What this does is reverse the angle on the bottom mounting bar with the two bolts & clips. With the strut on the floor I used a large adjustable to twist the bar to the opposite direction.
  6. I also removed a rough country bottom spacer & installed the 2.5 Moto fab top mount front spacer on my 20 Sierra Crew Cab. I liked that you didn't have to disassemble and rotate the strut 180 degrees although you will rotate the whole assembly with the spacer installed. I had a hard time getting the lower mounting tab angle (caused by rotating the strut) from the strut twisted around to get the bolts threaded in on the first side. The angle of the tabs ends up flipped in the opposite direction after mounting the top spacer. When I did the opposite side I used a large adjustable wrench to twist the bar angle to the opposite side to get the bolts aligned. Went together much easier when installing the strut then. i did have it aligned again. Link to a similar topic.
  7. I have a couple parts I removed from my 2014 GMC Sierra SLT. Front Door Sill Plates with Jet Black Surround and GMC Logo. Still has plastic over the metal insert. Part No. : 23114162 75.00 Plus actual USPS shipping cost from 18707. A set of LED tail lights made by Eagle Eyes. Passenger side turn signal will start to flash faster if left on. These will only fit a GMC Sierra 2014 -2018 1500 Series. 110.00 Plus actual USPS shipping cost from 18707.
  8. Tires are 275-60-20 Toyo Open Country AT.
  9. I installed the 2.5 Moto fab top mount front spacer on my 20 Sierra Crew Cab. I liked that you didn't have to disassemble and rotate the strut 180 degrees but had a hard time getting the lower mounting tab angle from the strut twisted around to get the bolts threaded in on the first side. The angle of the tabs ends up flipped in the opposite direction after mounting the top spacer. When I did the opposite side I used a large adjustable wrench to twist the bar angle to get the bolts to align. Went together much easier when installing the strut then.
  10. I'm running my 20" snowflake wheels from my 2014 Sierra SLT with 1" spacers and have no problem. Don't know if there would be a problem with out the spacers??
  11. I installed the 2.5 top spacer on my 20 Sierra Crew Cab. I liked that you didn't have to disassemble the strut but had a hard time getting the mounting tab from the strut twisted enough to get the bolts to thread in on the first side. When I did the opposite side I used a large adjustable wrench to twist the bottom mounting tab angle to get the bolts to align. Made the install much easier. I installed the spacer blocks from my 2014 in the rear. Think they were 1" or 1.25". 6000 miles and no problem so far!
  12. Little over five thousand miles with a Moto-fab 2.5 upper spacer. Knock on wood no problem.
  13. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Cast-Rear-1-Leveling-Kit-for-2007-2020-Chevy-Silverado-GMC-Sierra-1500/131917771506?fits=Year%3A2020|Model%3ASilverado+1500&hash=item1eb6e972f2:g:-7MAAOSw-sVcBd2c https://maxtracstore.com/2019-2020-chevy-silverado-1500-2wd-4wd-1-cast-lift-blocks-maxtrac-810010/?sku=810010.22&gclid=CjwKCAjwx9_4BRAHEiwApAt0zkk5RbGGNN0MQDUG9nzK-9DjGBLCBGHKv6urO7zQlQ_G2iEbu36J-RoCzlUQAvD_BwE
  14. Installed the rear blocks from my 2014 Sierra SLT and installed them on my 2020 Sierra SLT. No Issues.
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