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2015 GMC YukonXL- Fox Coilovers

Discussion in 'Lifted Supension - Z71 & 4x4' started by Nokturnal, Dec 18, 2020.

  1. STORMIN08

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    i would also look i to rear arms...i genrally run straight axle 3/4t trucks, and those front ends when leveled 3" generally need a 5/8" longer to center the wheel arch.

    Trackbar is a must over 1.5".
     
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    It’s ready for the SST 4/3 Lift, Black 18’s and 35’s, and AMP steps on Monday. The black out turned out nice.
     
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    Looks really good man. Can't wait to see it all complete. Do you have a link to the SST lift you are talking about?

    Btw, the monroe shocks have grown on me. Better than I thought initially

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    @Nokturnal - I can't remember...are you keeping the OE running boards or going with something different?
     
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    I’m gonna toss the factory ones and install some AMP electric rails. I love how they tuck away underneath the vehicle. Gives an illusion that the vehicle is higher than it is
     
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    Yes! That's right. Needed to go back a few pages and read better. Agreed - they're going to look great and a nice added feature. Is the response time fairly quick when you open/close the doors?
    Those power steps really do seem to be the closest aftermarket product out there that could also act as a rocker panel. Granted, an expensive "ding" that would be incurred, but still added protection to that part of our vehicles if the need were to arise.
     
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    Yeah I guess they could be like a rocker panel the ones I’ve had In the past usually opened at the same time you opened the door. A very very minuscule lag but not noticeable. I think these newer AMP steps plug into your OB2 port vs wiring up to each door in the past. I wonder if that slows them down or if the engineers figured that shit out to where it’s the same. I did kindnof frown when I found that out about the ob2. I was gonna use one of the range AFM disablers in the ob2 port but can’t bc the steps will be tied into it fulltime.
     
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    I have seen obd2 splitters. Wonder if that'd work for both

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    Speaking of OBD2 splitters - mine just arrived at the house earlier this week.
    I'm Beta testing a new OBD2 plugin product & am also planning to purchase an AMF disabler or tuner (undecided on exact item thus far). The splitter was a MUST in order for both to work at the same time or I can use the open port for service diagnostics, etc...

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    Thank you Max @ Xineering
     
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