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What have you done to your K2 today?

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I do not know the number but it starts with how much you lower it. Then that determines the air bag kit that works. My kit is mounted to top of leaf and is a thinner bag, it is said for a 6" or more drop. So I have the 1" matching spacer under it. Now it thinks it is a 6" and allows the bag in spec allowing more travel and option to run on lowest air.
I also pull a dual axle trailer with a 3200lb car in it.
If I remember right the kit is mcgaughy kit.
You will have no issues at all with what you have.

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Took it to the dealer yesterday to start a warranty claim on my flaky chrome wheels. Has been approved and I’ll be getting 4 new wheels.

 

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Dropped it off at the shop today. Has been getting neglected for a few weeks, getting an oil change and a new radiator since the OEM started leaking. Also need a new alternator since there’s a bearing going out in it and won’t produce as much power. Anyone done an upgraded alternator? Wondering how much it would cost to upgrade from th stock 150 to like 200 or so amps since I want a second battery for camping


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Anybody with a k2xx gonna try? [mention=159655]pgamboa[/mention]
next mod?
 
 

Easy! Just swap the reverse and drive wire


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7 minutes ago, pgamboa said:


Easy! Just swap the reverse and drive wire emoji2958.png


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Lmao 

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4 hours ago, pgamboa said:


Easy! Just swap the reverse and drive wire emoji2958.png


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Just got done trying this and didn't work.  Can you post a how - to video?

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On 9/13/2019 at 1:14 PM, Waterfowler41 said:

Dropped my diff like its hot... used the supreme suspension kit. The hardware was useless as it was 2” too short. 1/2” spacers hopefully resolved a low speed vibration i was having.

 

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Watched your video and read your thread. Got my Eibach kit in and am going to replace my RC 2 1/2 kit with it. should I be worried? Also, with the diff drop, is there any cross member trimming? Seem to remember watching a video of the RC 3.5" kit install with diff drop and you had to trim the cross member.

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Watched your video and read your thread. Got my Eibach kit in and am going to replace my RC 2 1/2 kit with it. should I be worried? Also, with the diff drop, is there any cross member trimming? Seem to remember watching a video of the RC 3.5" kit install with diff drop and you had to trim the cross member.


No trimming but make sure you talk to supreme before ordering. I sent them my video on their kit and they said they will be updating the hardware provided.


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What did I do to my K2 today? Bounced it off of a rock... I really need to get a little more ground clearance.

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You need a suspension lift, and taller tires...

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Not actually today but I recently installed a set of Mercury Audio components (upper end company out of Thailand and more info on my build thread below). BTW, I found that since I already had my door deadening done I didn't have to remove the door panel entirely rather I was able to change them in short time by just popping off/propping open the door panel at the bottom (I had to remove all of the screws but I did not have to disconnect any wires/cables etc). :cool:

 

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15 minutes ago, Marv88 said:

Not actually today but I recently installed a set of Mercury Audio components (upper end company out of Thailand and more info on my build thread below). BTW, I found that since I already had my door deadening done I didn't have to remove the door panel entirely rather I was able to change them in short time by just popping off/propping open the door panel at the bottom (I had to remove all of the screws but I did not have to disconnect any wires/cables etc). :cool:

 

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How much do they run $$?

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21 minutes ago, Frankielozano214 said:

How much do they run $$?

Surprisingly they are about $800.00 usd overseas but there is a guy in the states who sells them for under $500.00. 

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23 minutes ago, Marv88 said:

Surprisingly they are about $800.00 usd overseas but there is a guy in the states who sells them for under $500.00. 

🤩 I think I rather spend 500$ on my seat swap and console swap 😂 that to expensive for me 

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