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    Tyler
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    Augusta, GA
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    Male
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    The LQ4
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  1. What kind of Wheel/ tire combo are you planning on going with? Truck looks much better with that front lift.
  2. Trust me, that whole tag bracket is going next. I think it's held on with rivets, so I hadn't messed with it yet.
  3. I got to put my tows on, it took three weks for them to finally arrive... anticipation.
  4. Well, you can bypass the whole steering wheel with 4 push buttons connected to wires b4 to b7 at the cluster. That ground out those wires when pushed. They'll do the same thing as the 4 ipc buttons on the steering wheel, but I THINK the cluster will have to be programed or swapedk, not 100% sure.
  5. Yeah, one guy even said he bent his when he hit a bump in a parking lot, rofl.
  6. Well, after reading that whole thread, ford ended up denying all claims, citing "excessive owner abuse".
  7. Around here, that's lifted trucks in general. You never see any lowered.
  8. You've gotta replace the steering wheel, clock spring, and get the ipc flashed or replace it as well. But then, you'll also have steering wheel radio controls.
  9. I thought those were chrome reflectors inside the black housing, my bad.
  10. That's pretty crazy. On another note, your drls aren't working, lol.
  11. Favorite Truck Of All Time!

    03-05 silverado ss's
  12. Best thing I can recommend other than power adders of course is front end weight and lowering the front down a little bit where the cv axles are just about horizontal. Also avoids potential tie rod damage. In the rear, bags of sand in the bed and springs clamps work real well.
  13. The light won't go out by itself unless you disconnect the battery for a while or clear it...
  14. Make sure they are getting a good ground in the valley cover and make sure the sensors are good, sometimes they are doa. And it doesn't take much to kill a knock sensor, a sudden bump will easily do it or using a impact wrench to tighten them.
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