Ive got around same miles on my truck. Ive done the diff service, trans and transfer case. Just beacuse i tow alot. check for cab light, xm ant leak on roof. Also check rear third brake light leak. They can leak water in car. Other than that keep it serviced and greased and it will be good. Motor it strong. trans is pretty tough. No matter what brand truck you buy, they are all going to break at some piont.
Do your air bag brackets clamp over the frame or bolt to the side of the frame rail? If not you should be ok. Ive installed a b&w hitch in a 2013 and it just bolted to the sides of the frame.
I think the 3500hd will be better for pin weight. I have the same, and with that pin weight it maxes out the trucks gvwr. The def fluid has a shelf life on it. Just have to keep that fresh. Other than that run it ones and while up to full temperature to keep thing good.
factory z height is a measurement on level ground using a level and tape measure. You put the level on the knuckle bottom where the ball joint nut is. Place the level on the machine surface of the knuckle. Use the level and hold it level. Measure from the center of the lower control arm bolt at the frame of the truck, to the level. It should be between 5"-5.5". need to check both sides. Service adjustments allows .5" side to side.
I think there get a grove wore in them, and it catches on the lip of the other spring and thats causes the clunk. Mine is bad again. Im going to call the dealer again to see if there is a fix for it now.
Well i put the sumo springs in the front. Brought front up 3/4-1". That also drops the rear hitch height slight. I have an ez hauler 6x12 enclosed trailer and run my hitch at 5"drop.
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