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oh yeah Kev, change that sig. your truck is no longer badass after losing 4" and 2". lol.
I know man, one day it will be back on 35's tho with a SAS... but i gotta get the little things on it sorted out first, i have some big plans for it in the immediate future, and then the SAS hopefully down the road..
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Oh yeah and as for the warranty apparently they werent under warranty because they were already previously warrantied parts.. even though ive had them less than a year, pretty ****ty but got them on ebay for a great price..
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check the lock nuts on the wheels bearing, mine where worse then that and ready to fall off. the pin that secures them to the spacer got sheared of and they kept coning loose on the passenger side. make sure you are not having the same problem.

and i replaced my wheel bearings with skf and moog ***** joints all around... feel a huge difference.
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i have the same problem with mine...i bought mine from "mac auto parts" they are in NY and i bought them on line...i paid $99.99 for each of them with $14.99 shipping but they have lowered it to $84.99 and with shipping it ends up being exactly $99.99....and they have a life time warranty. the brand is "PTC". im on my 3rd on the driver side and my second i just put in my pass side today. and shipping is $30 to replace them cause u have to ship both ways.....iv put 10,000 miles on my truck since i first replaced the OEM ones...
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i have the same problem with mine...i bought mine from "mac auto parts" they are in NY and i bought them on line...i paid $99.99 for each of them with $14.99 shipping but they have lowered it to $84.99 and with shipping it ends up being exactly $99.99....and they have a life time warranty. the brand is "PTC". im on my 3rd on the driver side and my second i just put in my pass side today. and shipping is $30 to replace them cause u have to ship both ways.....iv put 10,000 miles on my truck since i first replaced the OEM ones...
damn i wish i would have got a lifetime warranty, but i already ordered the new ones, 174.99 for the pair and free shipping with a 12 month warranty, so hopefully they will last..
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