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dirtfan21 last won the day on June 27 2017

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  1. Wow, you must have something up your sleeve. Excited to see what’s next, loved your last three trucks.
  2. Whaaaat, getting rid of the Forces??????
  3. Ended up it wasn’t out of spec by much at all. Me being an idiot, my normal alignment guy doesn’t chalk the bolts, the dealer did that. He said he tweaked it a little and torqued them down. No issues yet.
  4. Did you rub or trim with this setup? I’m on a 2.5” level and I’m looking at this exact combo.
  5. Researched and couldn’t locate a concrete answer... Looking at possibly picking up a set of aftermarket wheels and tires with TPMS that were on a GMT 900. Will the TPMS be recognized by my 2014 Sierra K2? I thought I read aftermarket sensors are pretty much similar for each platform, just need to be programmed to the truck. Am I mistaken or is there truth to this?
  6. Me either and I've had five trucks done by them. Justin and his crew have always been responsive to my emails, questions, updates.
  7. Got it, thanks. I'll make sure he puts a little extra on the cam bolts tomorrow.
  8. Upgraded to Bisteins and set them at zero, but kept the rough country leveling kit in place. Added the uca’s to help correct the upper ball joint angle.
  9. Have any of you guys had trouble keeping an alignment with your Cognito UCA’s? I don’t off-road, haven’t hit any potholes, actually I barely drive the truck. I have a 2.5” RC level and put the arms on when I re-did the whole front end about 1,500 miles ago, new lower bj’s, tie-rods, and Bilsteins set at zero. Had an alignment done at the dealer, not my normal place, but had to get it aligned before we took it on vacation. Noticed on the 750 mile trip it wasn’t driving they way I’d like on the way back. I then took it to the shop where I’ve had them done for years, very trusted alignment shop, he said it was out of spec toe and camber. I chalked it up to the dealer doing a crap job in the first place, I hadn’t hit anything and was on smooth highways. That was back in November, fast forward 300 miles and this weekend I had it out and noticed it was pulling to the right just a hair. Looked at the cam bolts and he chalked them when he aligned it, looks like the passenger side has moved a hair. I’m going to get it back up there for a check, but now I’m worried. Stock cam bolts shot? Torque not correct? It’s the first I’ve heard anyone having issues that isn’t off-roading. You guys have any feedback?
  10. Always loved your truck Ryan, good luck with everything bud. I’m not sure there is another 2010 daily driver as clean as this one in the US.
  11. The hypocrisy is exorbitant in these individuals... The morons that drive hybrids go around screaming about how they are saving the environment by reducing their fuel consumption and lowering emissions. Well folks, in Indiana the number one producer of energy is still coal fired power plants, so that electric your charging your car with is one of the most prevalent polluters in the energy industry. Oh, and those batteries that store that energy, if not disposed of properly, are a major issue as well. I'm tired of the "ban it if I don't like it" mentality. If I don't like it, I don't buy it. I don't go make a big sign and stand on a street corner in protest of you owning it.
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