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    Albert
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    Oceanside, CA
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    2018 Silverado CrewCab Z71

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  1. ReadyLift UCA's

    On mine I had to chase the knuckle and didn’t cut the bump stop. Just removed the rubber piece off it.
  2. ReadyLift UCA's

    Yea I was running stock 18s with 265/65 tires no rubbing issues. I just went to a 20x10 -24 with 33x12.5 tires and no rubbing issues either with this new setup.
  3. ReadyLift UCA's

    They’re awesome quality, I’m getting wheels tomorrow so I’m hoping the tires don’t run but with my stock 18s they fit perfect. I got them on eBay when they had a 15% off sale so I ended up paying under 450 for them. I had a couple of questions about the install so I emailed cognito. They’re customer service was great. Reply almost right away.
  4. Bilstein shocks thread

    Found this on their website. I would call and confirm with them about wheel figment before ordering the kit if you do decided to pull the trigger. This is their leveling/control arm combo kit but it uses the same control arms.
  5. Bilstein shocks thread

    What wheels and tires do you have now? I was looking at those upper control arms and found out that you have to run wheels with a certain back spacing to work with those control arms. I ended up going with cognito control arms
  6. Do you know where the rubbing is happening? I was thinking of going with 2” spacers and 275/70 tires.
  7. 18” Wheels and tires

    I’m getting new wheels and tires and these will be up for sale with about 1200 miles on them. What would be a good asking price for them? I’m including everything, wheels/tires/sensors/lug nuts.
  8. WTB supercharger

    New Era is the way to go. Alex tuned my twin turbo Camaro, I drove up 2.5 hrs to get it done. His shop gets down on boosted trucks.
  9. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Installed my motofab 2.5" kit and cognito UCAs today. Love the look, now just gotta find wheels and tires.
  10. ReadyLift UCA's

    I will run 18s until I get wheels and tires in the next month or two. This is what they told me Hey Albert, the factory 18” wheels will clear with a stock width tire, but a wider tire can have some contact with the arm.
  11. ReadyLift UCA's

    I paid $436 for them. During eBay’s 15% off sale, so not much more than the readylift arms
  12. ReadyLift UCA's

    I’m looking to do 20x10 -19 or -24 (not sure yet) wheels. Would those wheel specs be an issue with the readylift control arms?
  13. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Is the failing ball joints mainly on the upper control arms or on the lower control arms as well? I thought I was fixing the ball joint problem with the cognito UCAs and the CV angles with the diff drop kit for the 3" level kit. I don't see many people replacing the lower control arms, are those not so much of an issue with a leveling kit as the UCA?
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