What up. Looking for anyone who does something like this. Needing to do a fuel filter change and wondering if its worth it? TIA https://www.amsoil.com/p/gm-6-6l-dual-remote-bypass-system-bmk27/?code=BMK27-EA&utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=shopping&utm_content=surfaces_across_google&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIkabG8dbG6wIVNSCtBh2jKAnwEAQYBiABEgIh1PD_BwE
I like the 20s on this thing. I've always been old school with more tire the better but this combo does a great job keeping the rim off & above the curbs. As for sticking out, maybe just over an inch. I did a breakdown with pics on one of the threads. I'll try to find it and post a link.
Operation Baby Lift complete. I also went with the 3/2 Readylift. Still waiting in the 500mi break-in and check-up but so far I like it. Pro: I can definitely notice the difference in hight and my reverse is no longer rubbing the wheel liner. Con: Yes it's a little stiff on the rebound... but then again, this is a 2500. Tires: 35x12.5x20 G2s on 20x9 Grenades, 0 offset.
What up. Question for ya, is the front cranked all the way or can you dial it back a bit? Curious because I have this kit being installed Friday and hoping maybe it would help with the ride? Dig that color combo by the way.
Yeah, definitely not worth it. Tried it the other night and with having 10 gears, you're just tapping the shift button. Has anyone made it through the firewall? I went through the fender. Oh and to those yet to install, if your plug clips are as lazy as mine, you may need to wedge a little flat head screw driver inside to assist.
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