Don’t weld them they are known for cracking it’s a sign that it’s time for a new set. Pulling them, re-indexing the Tbars, and an alignment are easy compared to repairing a failed LCA on a trail.Swapped winter tires for the summers; I must say, the BFG KO2 33s look much nicer on the truck vs my winters! (winters are Nokian 32s, smaller so I have clearance for chains)
Front brake service, new pads, fresh bleed. Replaced busted upper ball joint on the 3" lift UCAs. Also put on some Energy Suspension front shock upper strut bushings, hopefully no squeaks.
Also just noticed that the shock mount bracket on my LCAs is CRACKED. F&%($$%k. So looks like I'll be spending more time wrenching soon... gonna see if I can weld it up, otherwise it's a major PITA trying to removed the LCAs, then would need to reindex torsion bars, get an alignment... ugh.
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