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  1. My buddy just got a 2017 Sierra SLT Z71 after his old truck died. The Sierra has a 4" Rancho lift kit on it that the previous owner had installed. To keep a long story short, my buddy & I drove to the shop where his old truck was located to pick it up as they were able to make it driveable. He drove his old truck back & I followed him in the Sierra. He lives on a farm with narrow dirt roads & I had to move over to the far left of the road as there was a tractor going in the opposite direction. I hit a roughly 7" deep pothole that I couldn't see as there was grass around it while trying to get around the tractor. After arriving at my buddy's house we both noticed the left front wheel grinding on the well when I turned in, & also that the truck is a little more than 2" lower on the left side than the oppsosite side (Please see pictures, I've uploaded 2 of the side that is lower). My biggest concern is that after spending nearly 2 hours looking over everything, we can't locate the reason for the leaning. Since I was driving it I'm going to have to pay for it, & neither of us are mechanics, so I would greatly appreciate any information as to what the issue could be, if anyone in here has experienced the same thing & what was needed to fix it, etc. Sorry for the long post, I'm new to this. *Edit* After very carefully going over the undercarriage pictured below we discovered a crack in the control arm (albeit a small one) & also discovered that the sway bar link on the driver's side is bent fairly badly. Hopefully that's all it is but I'm wondering if those two things alone can account for a 2" drop & the wheel being off center.
  2. When the T1 fist appeared I obviously was attracted to the TB. But after awhile and building all the models online the 2in lift didn’t really seem worth it. Then they announced the 6.2 and i6 comes in the RST and I can put my own lift/wheels on later. Also 18’s are to small for this truck imo I can live with the stock 20’s for a little. I feel like the RST is a better buy if you plan on modding your truck. If you like the 2in lift the TB is fine. With the new updates to the 20’s with engine trims and other things. Are you gonna trade in your 19? I’m sure the dealers won’t mind a truck with 1-10k miles and you probably wouldn’t lose to much $. I’m patiently waiting like everybody for the i6 to show what it’s got. I’m very glad the 6.2 will also be offered as a 2nd choice but I’m 85% committed to the baby Dmax
  3. I have a 2015 Yukon Denali, it is lifted with 35’s, the lift has about 1500 miles on it now, I have had no issues up until recent. The issue is I’m getting a pretty loud metal on metal clacking or tapping noise from some where in the front diff or transmission. It is most predominate from speeds 30mph down to about 10mph. The noise will start when I let off the gas while driving to coast or slow down, it will do it intermittently at higher speeds but not near as much but it is the same issue for sure. It seems like it starts after I let off the gas and the rpms drop down to around 1200 or less in a coast. The noise will start off not as loud and progressively get louder if I coast without touching the gas. As soon as i touch the gas the noise will go away, it does not do this in manual mode only in automatic. I have had the lift looked over multiple times and now I don’t think it has anything to do with it other than the additional Strain may have caused and already underlying problem to become more profound. Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated!
  4. Who has replaced their factory rear driveshaft: Why? What brand or what type of custom build? Type of mods to driveshaft? Steel vs. Aluminum heavier/thicker walled/stronger Length added to accommodate lift kit? Heavier U Joints? Two piece? Cost? Results? Additional Advice or comments? Feel free to add in any field I neglected to mention. *I searched, but did not find a dedicated replacement driveshaft thread.
  5. I could really use some advice, I have a 2000 GMC Sierra 4.8l rwd. I'm buying a used truck very soon, either a 2005 Silverado 1500hd LS at 135k miles for $10k or a 2005 Sierra 1500hd SLE at 156k miles for $8.5k. They are both stock and same condition exterior. I am looking to put a cam, tune, stage 2 trans, 6in lift and some other goodies in it. I am completely stuck on which one to get, any experiences or advice could really help me.
  6. Its been awhile since I've put up an update post on what I have done to my truck in the past few months. So here is the list.... -RC 2 inch leveling kit -Carven performance exhaust ( Competition muffler ) -Aftermarket taillights ( returning soon as they already have issues ) -future planned taillights are morimoto's -Black bowtie swap front and rear -I may get aftermarket headlights in the future if prices go down. -Custom HD towing mirrors ( The front LED turn signals are sequential ) -20 inch light bar mounted onto a license plate bracket mount -20x10 -25 offset dropstar 655bm -33x12.5 toyo open country RT's -Front end air dam removal with trimming for tires -LED turn signal bulbs All these mods were done myself except for the tow mirrors since i had them done at my Chevy dealer so that i made sure everything worked properly and was warrantied for the wiring harness. Please give me your thoughts and opinions on my build and give me any pointers o what i should do next to the truck. I'm thinking about getting a cold air inductions CAI next.
  7. Hey everyone, So tomorrow I will be getting my truck lifted with the 4.5 inch Zone lift on my 2014 Silverado. The tires are basically 32s. Next week my family and I plan on taking the truck on a road trip for Thanksgiving (approximately 1000 miles). I was wondering if this was ok to do with a newly lifted truck and all? Just want to be sure we will be safe on such a long road trip. Is there anything that I should keep in mind or be sure to do during the drive or after we get to our destination? Will we be ok to drive all the way there without having to re-torque anything? Thanks guys
  8. Here’s my 2015 Silverado 1500 LTZ 4x4. Got a 6 inch Trailmaster lift with 24 inch replicas and 37 inch rbps. Should I do a gear change? If so, what?
  9. Its the latest, the greatest, my new 2018 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT! Lifted at the dealership 4 and a half inches with Toyo A/T 295/60/20 tires. I also added the cold air intake with the dual cat back exhaust. I decided to go with the Pedal master to improve engine response. So how does it drive? Like a truck supposed to! Typical learning curve on the computer so its still trying to understand what I did, I wish I could program it but the boys at the dealership have warranty concerns so...Comments, Concerns, or just general feedback is appreciated. Welcome me to the forum. I'm Ken in Arizona.
  10. I know a lot of people are running black rims on white trucks and blacked out black trucks and color matching etc. I decided to go old school chrome (lux) look. I made this happen on the front end by swapping out my black front bumper skid shield with the denali chrome one. I also as some of you may know, whited out my badges with reflective vinyle (see profile pic) and decided on chrome rims, exception, these rims are powder coated and flashed for the exact same look as chrome except they clean up just like paint. soap and water and wax. So this may not be for all but it takes me back a bit while still be modern. By the way, to remove this and replace. off comes the under grill molding, the radiator shroud, the front grill, the front bumper, remove both bumper backing plates remove and replace skid plate. i followed these instructions... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-do4lHsbydM
  11. From the album: My leveled Redline

    2 1/2 leveled, 275/60 20's, Redline
  12. Looking for pictures of 2015-2017 Chevrolet Silverado with stock 18” wheels and 37s-40s with 6-9” suspension lifts. I had a truck with stock 17” wheels and 37s with spacers and loved the look of it. Wanting to build a new truck with the same platform.
  13. I just traded my 2014 Silverado half ton for a Duramax. Always wanted a diesel. Here she is at the dealer.
  14. Hi everyone Up for sale is my beloved 2014 Silverado. 4x4 Double Cab Z71 It is professionally lifted 9" with a McGaughys lift, 35" Cooper STT Pro tires on 20x10 Fuel Coupler wheels (85-90% tread left) This truck has been extremely reliable. I purchased it from Chevrolet of Milford certified used and it is still under the factory warranty It turns a lot of heads and I receive a ton of compliments everywhere I go. Clean title 47,xxx miles. Asking $32,500 OBO. I am negotiable on the price and willing to work out a deal. In addition to the lift, other very nice add-ons were installed. LTZ projector headlights with 5000k Morimoto HIDs (almost pure white light) Tri-fold tonneau cover Volant performance exhaust. Phillips 6000k LEDs in the cargo light and reverse lights. OEM all weather floor mats Tow mirrors running boards (removable-3m stick on) bumpershells gloss black front bumper cover should you want to return to the chrome bumper. Other than that, the truck has been well maintained. I am selling due to the fact my wife and I carpool to work and this gets driven no more than once a week. It is no longer necessary to have two vehicles at this point. the truck will also come with all of the stock components should you desire to return it back to stock. I made sure to keep all of the parts after the shop installed the lift. I also have the stock mirrors, stock floor mats, and stock halogen headlights and stock goodyear tires, antennae and mudflaps. Again, I really wanted to have nearly all of the stock pieces readily available. The motor is untouched and untuned. Zero done there. Cosmetically there are a few small dings and very minor scratches. Nothing major in the least bit Please enjoy the pics. Here to answer all questions and send more pics and videos as requested. I also have the GM build sheet of the truck as well
  15. Hello, Names Brian, I've come to this site to post about a new purchase of a 2017 Silverado LD 4x4 Crew Cab Rocky Ridge that I purchased in November of 2016 from a dealership in Northern Virginia. I purchased this stellar truck pre-lifted with the Altitude package from Chevrolet, outfitted by Rocky Ridge. I had the truck for just over three weeks when the truck caught fire in my driveway (approx 3000 miles). I contacted GM, my insurance company (GEICO), and the dealership where I purchased the vehicle the evening of the fire. Geico had an adjuster come out to my house the very next day to assess the damages. after an extensive assessment by Geico, it was then determined that the Driver cooling fan malfunctioned and was indeed the cause of the fire. Almost a week later GM sent out a Federal fire investigator to assess the damages, GM had my truck towed 5 miles to my nearest non-RR Chevy dealer to have the investigation done on "neutral" grounds. at this time I then called Rocky Ridge to inform them of the incident. GM took 30-days to conduct their investigation, meanwhile supplying me with a rental at no cost. Day 31, GM called and told me to return the rental asap as they are not responsible for the fire, they determined that the wiring harness from the bull bar mounted LED lights that RR installed is what had caused the fire. At this point RR sent out their investigator to see what the heck is going on. RR had their team out in two days, much shorter time frame than GM. RR did their investigation and called both me and Geico to tell us both that their wiring was in fact still intact and that the two fail-safes in place (fuses and relays), were not affected. Mind you GM has not provided any proof as to why they're not responsible, they refuse to release any substantial supporting documents as to why they are not responsible. RR has provided photo documentation and well as a written report supporting their decision. My truck, since its a custom truck falls into a higher bracket as far as totaling goes. Typically a standard Silverado LD/LT 4x4 would be totaled @ approx $25,000. My truck has a limit of $45,000 or 75% of the vehicle. Since the damages were contained to the engine bay and did not destroy the engine or any major accessories it was deemed repairable. The fire occurred on December 18 2016, today is March 20 2017 and I still don't have my truck back.
  16. Selling a brand new set of Baja kits boxed upper control arms. I sold my 16 1500 for a 17 2500 so these never made it on the truck. New they run $899 before tax and shipping. I am asking $750 and we split the shipping. They fit 14-17 silverado/ sierra with factory steel upper control arms. I also have a set of King Front OEM seriers coilovers that are used (new stickers added since picture) Roughly 5k miles on them. I would let them go for $500, package deal for $1200.
  17. I'm looking to do 2inch wheel spacers on my 08 silverado 1500. I have a 2inch level on 275 65 r18 bfgoodrich ko2's and its a positive 30 offset (18x9). anybody run this setup and know about possible rubbing and the severity of it? Thanks y'all.
  18. Hey guys so I put a rough country 3.5 lift in my 2015 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD. originally I had a level kit in it and ran 285 55r20. thinking about putting a 295 60 R 20 which is a 34 11.5 Have 0 offset....Wanting to hear people's recommendations previous history's and wondering if that would rub or not it would be greatly appreciated if you guys respond thank you.
  19. Will Bilstein 5160 fit on my 2006 Silverado RWD with a 3inch fabtech already installed in any way?
  20. I have a 2006 Silverado 1500 4.8L with a 6" BDS lift & 35 in. toyo tires w/ 20" rims on the truck (had a bully dog programmer on but had to remove). I just put on iron cross bumpers (front & rear) on the truck, the weight of the bumpers made the truck a little sluggish and made the tranny slip out of 1st gear. The next day I took the truck the truck to a transmission shop and had regained back 1st gear when i started up the truck to drive it to the shop!? Any comments on why and what maybe i should do (change the gear ratio, get another programmer, upgrade tranny) ?; I ended up getting new gears found a calculation that should get you near to what type of ratio you need for your vehicle. I had originally had (factory) 3.42 and r/r with 3.73's.
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