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Bought new from JT at Baja Kits back in June of 2016 and paid 2,600 shipped with the front adjuster option. Had them on my 16 Silverado 1500 CCSB up until January 2020 and put about 35kmi on them in that time frame. Being that I drive every winter in upstate NY I coated them a few times a year with fluid film to try and protect them. It did help but you can tell they've been through a few northeast winters. There are no leaks and they are just as stiff as they were when new. I will include the original packaging with instructions, front coilover tool and several large King decals.
Price is $875 picked up near Albany, NY. Will ship at buyers expense. Just send me your zip if you want an estimate.
I've sold my GMC Sierra so I no longer have a use for this pedal commander pc65 bluetooth. I do not have the original packaging, only the unit itself. It is controlled via an iOS/Android app. I'm located in VA, but can easily ship this item. I'm asking for $100, shipping included.
It should work on 2007 and newer 5.3L engines, however, here is the link to the pedal commander site for more information: https://pedalcommander.com/products/pedal-commander-pc65-bluetooth?rq=yr_2017~mk_gmc~md_sierra-1500~rk_slt~qj_5-3
JLAUDIO stealthbox and Xd600.1 amp for sale. Got a crewcab now and it doesn't fit is the only reason I'm selling it. About a year old.Almost $1600 retail before tax. $1100 obo somewhat firm on price. Cash and carry only. Located in Pittsburgh, Pa
Ride is a 2016 LT DC 4x4 1500. Not happy with it's handling. Just seems kind of floaty to me. More body roll than I am used to. I have been looking at a Hellwig 7735 rear anti-sway bar. Mainly because it seems to be the one I have seen mentioned more times than any other. Prices are $377.02 at most retailers. Although one has offered it to me for 5% of because it's been sitting in my shopping cart for a couple days. I don't plan on ding the install my self, but I have a trusted shop that will.
My question comes down to this. Is it worth the investment?
Rims are off a 2010 GMC Sierra 1500. They are the OEM Chrome Clad wheels that came with the All Terrain Package and have Bridgestone Dueler ATs. They are the original tires and were taken off truck with around 30,000 miles (more than half highway). These rims are in excellent condition and include center caps and original TPMS. Please message me with any questions or for pictures. $400 OBO
I am located in Delaware County PA and am not interested shipping the wheels but will weet with in a reasonable distance.
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