ya he is...why who the heck is 1sic250...i almost swear that was nicks name before or something
The front will be alot higher when you are towing a load once its been leveled. The best way to help keep it level is to install a set of airbags in the rear. That will keep the truck level and it make the truck handle so much better under load.
Green keys, some Bilsteins and you will be set. No need for all that other stuff.I am looking at getting a leveling kit for my truck - I do a lot of towing and highway driving. Are there any drawbacks, such as quicker wear and tear on the front end, tires etc. What brand and where to buy? Thanks for the help.
Green keys, some Bilsteins and you will be set. No need for all that other stuff.
I know a few that have installed that kit and had warranty issues from various dealers because of the aftermarket parts installed. Just be cautious.
Can you help explain how your set up works?
What was the problems that you know of?
I am always open to ways I might be over looking.
I don't know the specifics. I just know of 3 people around here that installed those kits, had steering box, front end issues and took their trucks in and had the warranty issues denied because of the installed parts. I will talk to them next time I see them and see if I can get details.i think he is saying that he knows of people that installed the cog arms and took it in for warranty work and had problems and it was because of the arms? doesnt make since because if anything the arms are correcting problems...:confuzeld