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I have a 2006 Chevrolet Silverado with the RPO code ZX3. The code is for the suspension package which is ride-control/ride control manual selectable. I am on the verge of replacing the shocks, ball joints, steering linkage/tie rods/bushings. I am trying to find out what replacement parts would be correct to keep the electronic controlled shocks. I don't need to keep that option but if I am going to eliminate that then I would like to know what issues that creates. I would also like to know how to fix any codes that would come up by deleting that system. My ultimate goal is a level kit, 2 to 2.5 inch front lift with all necessary parts replaced in the front end and shocks all around. If you know what suspension package I have on the VMAX then you know each shock runs around $250 which means I would already be at $1,000 just to replace all four. They need to go and I am looking for best viable option that makes mechanical and ride sense. Thanks all for the help.
So I recently put some 31'' GdYr Wrangler Duratracs on my Chevy, however I would like to level the truck so it sits flat. Would it be a better decision to replace the original suspension with a new coil system and assume it would lift the front of the truck slightly? or is it a better idea to get a 1.5"- 2.5" torsion key set? Any other suggestions would be appreciated. I' m just looking for some feedback. The profile view is the truck with the old 235/75/15 tires The rear view is the truck with the new 245/74/16 tires
Hi. Looking for possible causes for this issue, and required repair procedures. (I have ideas, but its good to hear from all you). 2000 Sierra ecsb 4X4 On both left and right sides, where the hexagonal end of the torsion bar fits into the Lower Control Arm, it looks like it does when an oversized socket was used on a bolt. Hopefully the pic. I attached works. I do have he torsion bars cranked up, beem that way for 5 years. If anyone can share similar problems with solutions, or good advice, i would appreciate it. Thanks for reading