God damn. It is beat up and why just the random shit like odd ball dash and seat bullshit? That doesn’t even make sense.
That's funny!What did you do to your neighbor?
Remember, Z trim height is measured over a much shorter difference than P (wheel well to ground) trim height is. Get Z as close as you can while making the truck sit level by the wheel wells.Haha yeah ok Nick
Hey, is it normal for Z-height to be about 1/2” different left to right? If I set them the same (level 4.75” from center of control arm pivot bolt), there is an obvious lean to one side.
DS is at 4.75” and PS is at 5.25”.
Let’s take up contributions for their “bail”…I kind of doubt it was stolen by someone who knew much about the truck. If they did they would have pulled all the bolt ons on the engine off and dropped ththe transmission and left the rest. Instead they took random bullshit off. Either way, glad its back man. Hope whoever stole it gets brought to justice wheather from the law or you.
I’ll let you in on a little secret. I only set it off the wheel wells. Always have, always will. Customers see and measure it from there. I use Z trim height to make sure it’s not over extending the shocks, on a factory ride height truck, only, tbh.There’s a lot of words there...
How do you even adjust the rear height?? And no, I didn’t think about fuel load. I have about half a tank.
I’ve read not to go by fender wells because things like tire inflation, wear, etc can affect that, but you’re the GM tech, so I’ll go with what you say
I’m going to get the truck out of the garage and drive it around a little and then recheck the heights. I’m kicking myself for not marking the bolts or taking some reference measurements before tearing it apart.