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Did you get your parts list? I made them and used bolt rod in-between the rod ends with a nut to secure it. I've actually been riding around with out them being "locked" in for a month now, they don't go anywhere surprisingly!


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Made mine months ago from the grainger parts. Ordered all the parts including a 3 foot long threaded rod and cut it to size. Since then new wheels and tires 35 X 12.5 X 20" BFG TA KO2's

Here is my truck as she sits.
 

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Looks sharp brother! How do you like those nfab bars? I have the factory 1s that came with the truck, but thought about selling them. I dunno. Debating on what to do 1st........CAI, carven exhaust, or just pull the trigger on the bds 4" lift?

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Aren't you stuck with only one ride height if you change the lift links?
That's odd. I turned off aero mode in the UConnect settings a few months ago, and it's stayed in normal mode ever since then. Sounds like they may have changed something in the 2018 models.
Just take out the fuse for the air suspension! Put it in off road and take the fuse out and bang! Haha
 

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I noticed something when i towed a lightweight U- HAUL TRAILER. I HAD THE setting in normal mode and the trailer had surge brakes, not electric. Here in NEVADA, Semi trucks and vehicles towing trailers can travel at any posted speed limit, i was cruising in a 70 mph section of freeway and noticed that even though i had the truck set in the NORMAL mode, at 65 mph, the truck would usually change from NORMAL TO AREO mode once the speed reaches 62 mph, but it never changed from NORMAL TO AREO ! I think i fiqured out why, even though it was a light trailer, stopping is still an issue so before i drove off i activated the trucks TOW- HAUL MODE. I THINK THAT WHEN THE TRUCK IS SET TO TOW- HAUL MODE it disables the automatic tranny so the truck stays IN the mode you chose in the first place. I am not sure of this but after returning the trailer, i drove in the regular normal mode and as soon as i reached 62 mph, she automatically changed to areo, so the TOW - HAUL MODE might just keep the truck where you want it without having to worry that the truck is going to lower from where you set it and possibly dragging you hitch chains along the hiway. I have also noticed that i cant seem to find the ECO LIGHT ON MY DASH. I SEE here where other ownes have it on their trucks instrument cluster. I have about 1200 miles so far.
Bert
you can turn the auto lowering to aero mode in the settings section
 
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