Thanks!Nice build. Idk if it helps but when I was doing the wiring On mine, I had to get all the right modules (tccm, bcm, etc) and have them powered up and reading the CANbus properly.
Unfortunately I’m thousands of miles away from my truck to send pictures
Yes, I used stock K5 blazer springs which use the stock spring mounts. I replaced the rear shackles with heavy duty aftermarket shackles and shortened them as much as possible to try to keep the height down.Awesome build! About to start down this road myself. Did you use the factory stock K5 blazer springs out back? (Sorry if I missed this somewhere) Also, the stock shackle and spring mounts on the frame? One other question. Any way you can direct me to figure out the weight for figuring out the front coil overs? I have looked at all the formulas and watched several videos and I am not sure how all that works. Any guidance would be appreciated.
Any chance you could provide a few detailed photos of your sway bar setup? I’ve looked at those Anti-Rocks but wondered how they’d work out.I ended up using a Currie Anti-rock universal sway bar and had to do significant modifications to make it fit. It was a real pain but well worth it in the end.
Sure. I had to make some mounts that welded to the front frame rails for the cross tube. The majority of the work was in cutting and offsetting the arms to get them were they needed to be for correct function during articulation.Any chance you could provide a few detailed photos of your sway bar setup? I’ve looked at those Anti-Rocks but wondered how they’d work out.