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cmstric

New level kit installed 2018 Sierra Denali

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31 minutes ago, Nasty said:

The balljoint and or uni goes bad quickly. And their customer service doesn't honor warranty. Get the Mazulla uppers

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Good to know, thanks for the info.  Looks like I'll be placing a new order.

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34 minutes ago, Nasty said:

The balljoint and or uni goes bad quickly. And their customer service doesn't honor warranty. Get the Mazulla uppers

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Holy shit for $1200 I’d be better to get a true lift I’d think 

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4 hours ago, cmstric said:

 

39.5” front +/- 1/4”

40.75” rear +/- 1/4”

did yours settle in the rear or front?

i added the rear block and keep a slight rake because of towing and not wanting the nose to the sky. Otherwise i would have only done the front. :)

My front is about the same but my rear is 40.25" with stock block.. Nose doesnt seem high to me but it all depends on the angle? lol

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Holy shit for $1200 I’d be better to get a true lift I’d think 
Nope because lifting sucks

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Posted (edited)

New 285/50r22 ridge grapplers on

 

Yea they rub sway bar and uca a little at full absolute crank only. 

 

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If you guys think those angles are bad, you should see a 2018 F150 with a RC 2.5" kit. If you ever had the suspension fully rebound from hitting a speed bump too quick, it would likely rip the ball joints off. UCA comes within 1/4" of strut spring unloaded. Sketchy. 

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On ‎7‎/‎12‎/‎2019 at 9:41 AM, Nasty said:

It's still a bad angle. And you have the stamped steel arms. Which from my experiences go bad faster. 8k miles a year is still a lot. I'd do something about it sooner rather than later

Not sure why you think 8k a year is a lot.. read any recent statistic, the average American now drives anywhere between 10-15k/year. 8k by statistical definition is a good bit below average.

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