What did you do to your NBS GMT800 Tahoe/Yukon Today?

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  1. Tonyrodz

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    I think you're right. IMAG1373.jpg
     
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    I have the Z-71 coils w/ 2" spacers in back and Ford keys up front cranked about 1/2 way. Bilstein 5100s all around.
     
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    you use a hacksaw, cut off the bolt, and it presses in...i have them on mine, i cut them down because i am lowered
     
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    Look like the rears and if you lower it you won't want those since you'll probably do the free travel mod. Front OEM are 15153958. They work good when lowered but the Z71's won't.
     
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    awesome, thats almost exactly my (future) setup, and thats the size tires I wanted!
     
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    So pulled the brake module which was pretty easy actually to get to the screws none of them were seized up. Getting it separated however has been a chore then cutting away the silicone for 40 minutes and still can't get it to budge broke off a couple pieces of plastic don't want to keep going at it and tell I know I can get it all off without breaking it more. Has anyone had this before? This is on a 2003 GMC Denali.[​IMG]

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    What exactly are you trying to do? And is that the Abs module?
     
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    I went and my stock emblem vinyl wrapped a flat black. 20 bucks and when it gets messed up 20 to replaced it.
    How did then install of the rear lights go? Did they fit well? I've been looking at those for the same thing.

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    So that's the abs module. Looks different than the other ones. Way more circle magnets than the 6 that are normally shown. There are a couple write ups explaining how to side the contacts that break loose. The silicone is different than the video I found YouTube. Had to button everything up to get get my boy from school. I'll get more pics in an hour when I get it back off

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    If it's the kind that breaks into pieces when you try to remove it, good luck. It's a bitch and you might not be able to get it off cleanly. Some underhoid modules can't be fixed due to it.
     

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