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  1. Has anyone use the OTC 6494 Clamshell style spring compressor to take apart the coil overs in the front? I have read a ton that the chinsey auto parts stores style are not safe and I would agree. Ive used them on lighter duty Mcphereson's and they still scared the crap out of me. I am wondering if the OTC one is strong enough or someone can say yay or nay on it? Heres a link to what I am talking about.
  2. In regards to leveling these new GMCs (mine: 2018) is there a definitive answer on what the issues are? And specifically how to avoid the issue? I have fine tooth combed every forum possible and it’s like throwing darts drunk. I've heard it'll blow out the ball joints, the electronic steering gear, tie rod ends, etc. I've heard don't go over 1.75", don't go over 2.5", and even 2.25" is the limit before you'll have issues. I've heard it's from installation errors... Like no support under control arm when you knock the knuckle to separate the ball joint and the sudden drop/slack causes damage. I've heard if you don't disconnect the electronic power steering harnesses or battery the shock from separating the ball joint can cause a spark that damages the EPS. I've talked to multiple 4x4 shops that install these and most say they've done hundreds/thousands with no issues, which of course I doubt. It's just too widespread of an issue. So does anyone know the secret recipe to a level kit that won't screw up the front end on these new GMCs? Is there anyone out there that's put a substantial amount of miles (25k or more) with their level kit with out the clicking, popping, etc? Sorry to beat a dead horse.
  3. * Rough Country 3.5" lift w/o UCA (2007-2017)......$200 Shipped -One shock is brand new - 14k miles - Selling as I upgraded to 6" * 1.5" Wheel Spacers (Set of 2)..............................$55 Shipped -Nuts included * OEM Rear Shocks P/N #22891329 (2014-2017)..$40 Shipped(Each) - 2 Available - 25k miles * OEM Front Strut (2014-2017)...............................$50 Shipped - 18k miles -Strut ONLY *DL8 Mirrors(Heated and power adjust)..................$250 Shipped -Quicksilver Metallic -No scratches or issues Payment through PayPal Goods and Services Let me know if you would like pics Thanks!
  4. I am considering the following for leveling my truck. Stock Z71 springs with Bilstein 5100's Rancho Quick Struts Fox 2.0 Struts What are the spring rates and spring manufacturers for each? I like the fact that you can adjust the dampening on the Rancho, but all the reviews are middle of the road. I can get Fox 2.0 for $687 through tomorrow.
  5. Selling my OEM Chevrolet Silverado 1500 struts / shocks that were removed from my 2WD truck at 6,000 miles to install Bilsteins. Will fit 2014, 2015, 2016 GM trucks. There is nothing wrong with them. I just wanted a different ride. Asking $75 + shipping CONUS OBO.
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