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Old 03-12-2014, 04:14 PM
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I did the same as DAA, negotiated with the dealer, best time to get rid of the crappy stockers is before they ever drive a mile.
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Truck looks great. I will have a similar set up soon hopefully. Where did you get the rack for your ATV?
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how does the airlift work? does it manually set itself or do you have to get out and pump it up to level the truck after its squatted?
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how does the airlift work? does it manually set itself or do you have to get out and pump it up to level the truck after its squatted?
You'll need/want to air them up before you put weight on the rear
Inflating them when sagging already will do nothing for you.
You can air them by an external pump/compressor or one you install in your truck meant to air them up.
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Truck looks great. I will have a similar set up soon hopefully. Where did you get the rack for your ATV?
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I built the rack myself.

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how does the airlift work? does it manually set itself or do you have to get out and pump it up to level the truck after its squatted?
Like Fast said, you can set it up just about any way you want. I went with the kit that includes a dedicated compressor and wireless controller so I can set it from inside the cab, or from outside, or whatever.

It works good so far and is really nice and convenient. But the WirelessOne option is way overpriced, considering the compressor that comes with it isn't much more than an aquarium air pump.

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What kind of tape did you use on your rear spacer to prevent the rattle?
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Just plain old duct tape.

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is the rattle caused by the spacer shifting position on the spring? is the tape just to dampen the metal on metal sound?
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Mainly just makes a snug fit so the spacer can't just rattle around in the hole.

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