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  1. 2016 1.5" motofab up front 2" motofab rear block (1" lift) 275 60 20 Cooper at3 4s Has 28mm bora spacers due to level causing uca rub. After going to 33" tires had to trim aftermarket mud flaps and zip tie wheel liner due to rub. Sent from my SM-G960U1 using Tapatalk
  2. Add another to the list. 2016 Sierra just shy of 43,000 miles. Already ordered condenser. Now debating to borrow (Auto Zone) vacuum or pay a local shop. Local shop quoted $950 for repair and ~$225 to vacuum and recharge.
  3. Thanks everybody. Ended up ordering 28mm (1.1") Bora spacers. Should be in in a few weeks and give me a few weeks to run with my worn out stock tires before making the decision to stay 275/55/20 or bump up to 275/60/20 all terrains.
  4. Rub on drivers side stock. This was taken just prior to adding level. Alignment completed post level. Sent from my SM-G960U1 using Tapatalk
  5. Guess I will need to also see if the spare wheel has the pockets to allow the stud to protrude past the spacer. Either that or move up to 1.75" or remove spacer to install spare...........
  6. Yes. Full lock rubbed UCA 100% stock. Drivers side enough to expose shiny metal on uca, passenger not as bad. Most likely due to angle and bump getting onto driveway. Now, with the level it will rub at full lock with no additional load on tire (turning around flat ground, etc). Stock 20" wheels, and stock 275/55/20 ls2 tires
  7. I have seen a couple posts saying that Bora 1" wheel spacers will work with the stock 20" snowflake wheels without trimming studs. Can anyone chime in to confirm? I do plan to take tires off and measure pockets. Background: 2016 Sierra SLT 4x4. I had a slight rub on UCA on the 100% stock setup. Installed 1.5" motofab (under strut) level and the rub has gotten worse. Yesterday the drivers side balance weight was hitting the uca and sliding around. I like the way the truck looks as is, that is why I am looking into the 1" spacers. Just want to get rid of the rub with minimal impact t
  8. Just wanted to throw it out there that my 2016 with stock 20's rubbed the UCA's! Now this is due to how I back into my drive, fully locked and under load from the angle. Added 1.5" motofab and it turns night and day better with stock tires. Will be adding +1" blocks to rear soon. Hoping the stock tires will last another 6 months or so and will move to a 33" inch tire.
  9. My '16 measures level in the rear, but passenger front 1/2" lower than drivers Sent from my SM-G930T using Tapatalk
  10. 2016 4wd, added motofab 1.5". I have parts to add 1" in rear, gonna hold off on that for now. Will wait and see what it looks like when I start towing a little more often. Will keep stock tires a little longer, then race with 275/60/20 Cooper all terrains. Sent from my SM-G930T using Tapatalk
  11. Thanks to everyone who chimed in. I had just enough room to slip in a 5mm hex/allen without removing calipers and rotor! I found it easier to use an appropriately sized flathead screwdriver to screw the bolt back in. I then tightened it down with the hex. Hardest part of actual replacement was unhooking the damaged one. Those electrical connectors always give me fits. Actual hardest part of job was dragging out the jack and lifting truck and setting up jack stand. Sent from my SM-G930T using Tapatalk
  12. First thing I tried. Cut did not leave enough room to patch. New sensor should be delivered tomorrow and will replace this weekend. Sent from my SM-G930T using Tapatalk
  13. Thanks again. Sitting at dealer getting the post level alignment done, they are around $280 to replace. Already ordered the part and will give it a go myself. Sent from my SM-G930T using Tapatalk
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