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Hi... im in need of the spring arm assembly from a monroe hauler air suspension. Having some trouble locating one.. yes I've called monroe. Yes I've called some junk yards. YES I GOT RIPPED OFF FROM A GUY A DAY BEFORE X MAS SAYING HE HAD 2 OF THEM. YES IM AN IDIOT. I'm giving this one last try before I go ahead and make it 4 link.. she needs to get back on the road asap. Love Ed
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Firestone riderite w/ wireless one
Klentzkyle posted a topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsSo I have a 2015 Silverado. I’ve put a 2.5” leveling kit on it, 285/70/17 tires and American racing Baja wheels. Since leveling it anything I put any considerable amount of weight in the back it squats more than I’d like so after some research and a buddy having the firestone riderite airbags I’ve decided to go with them as well. My question I have is, where is the best location for the compressor? Any tips and advice is greatly appreciated.
I just bought leather power seats for my 03 Silverado. I took them out of a 04 as well as the wiring harness. The only thing I used from that harness was the two plugs for the power to both seats. I let the old wires for the air bags as I figured that would be best. On the passenger side I am left with what I believe is the passenger presence plug.(tan w/black strip and pink wire) the 04 seats do not have a plug for that to go into like on my 03 seats. Is there any way to splice that into the 04 wiring on the passenger side? Everything else works as it should beside the airbag light is on. Thoughts?
04 Silverado Slammed
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