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Old 03-14-2018, 02:53 PM
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Great looking truck!
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Looks damn good, hope the ride is good. I have a 6" Fabtech on my truck and it rides great.
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Holy wow, your truck looks awesome!
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Wow, your truck looks awesome!
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Originally Posted by Jason Brandle View Post
I also have the 7" lift on the 2018, dont think its different, but do you find the steering to be a bit stiff? Like the u-joints are binding ever so slightly?

hey Jason just installed my 7 lift and my truck feels the same way. Did you ever find a solution?? . I thought maybe its abit stiffer from the added u-joint.
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You have to adjust the steering shaft at the hiem joint. The joint pushes down into the hiem joint after installation. Just needs to move up a bit and make sure the joint is turned inline with the shaft. Hope this helps.
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**** ***** that looks tight. Well done sir! I really like the long beds with bigger lifts.
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Yes, I had to make sure the the face of the bung and the middle of the hiem joint is not less than 1-3/4". I actually gave it an extra turn. Solved the binding in the steering
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