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If I leave my foot on the brake pedal during startup, I get a similar sound maybe 50% of the time. If I take my foot off the pedal right after hitting the start button, I do not seem to have a problem.
My understanding is that trucks with Ramboxes and those without are in two different universes for tonneau covers.
MFT means nothing to those with Ramboxes. Rail color means nothing to those without Ramboxes.
At least in my understanding of the issues..
I have 305/45/22 on my truck. Absolutely love them. Look great and ride great. My main reason for choosing them over 285/55/22 is I wanted to stay in an XL rating instead of LT for the sake of ride quality.
If I could, I would have liked to drive them side by side and see if it really made a...
Did you take the truck for a drive, cycle through the ride heights, and power cycle? I don’t think the link adjustment is necessarily instantaneous.
Beyond that not achieving desired height, I don’t have much else to offer lol
Personally, I’ve never had just the links installed, but one of the reasons I never did was because I had read multiple times that it would worsen ride quality.
When I got my leveling kit installed, it was slightly nose up and I do think that worsened the ride quality. I added links to the...
Lol! They’re not boldly branded and identifiable by any means, but if you know what you’re looking at they should be pretty easy to see.
If you want that little bit of lift back, they’re quite easy to install. I personally have the ReadyLift leveling kit for mine and love it