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4” lift is on the way but how I’m too scared to install it . I’m hearing nigtmares about TSS trouble after the lift. Who has had this problem?
I did a 3/1 level on mine and TSS seems to be working just fine. Unless you use the adaptive cruise or lane departure all the time lift it and be happy!! I would take the look over TSS any day.
 

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Lol excuse the typos. I never use either. While researching I kept reading people having all kind of TSS trouble and dealers not being able to fix it. Just kinda curious if anyone has been through this
 

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I could do it in my driveway in 10hrs. A shop with a lift and all the special tools could do it much faster.


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They are obviously tacking on the “we don’t want to do it” and the “we don’t want to be responsible for it” taxes.
 

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Well I’m honestly just thinking about doing it myself. I was just thinking “dealer” to keep warranty. I just had a lengthy conversation with rough country and they said these kits are designed to not have any sensor resets or adjustments. Possibly BS..
 

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I put the RC 6" on my 2016 but I kept the same rake instead of "Leveled" no sensor issues at all and no nanny buzzer and lights when corning and sharp curves.
 

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Called another shop today ( highly recommended), 4 hrs to install at $90/hr. Not bad but they want $180 for alignment. And they don’t use a computer. Tape measures, levels and such. Wth
 

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Called another shop today ( highly recommended), 4 hrs to install at $90/hr. Not bad but they want $180 for alignment. And they don’t use a computer. Tape measures, levels and such. Wth
That will probably be the best alignment you will ever get.
 
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Called another shop today ( highly recommended), 4 hrs to install at $90/hr. Not bad but they want $180 for alignment. And they don’t use a computer. Tape measures, levels and such. Wth


I use an old school place around here I have had much better luck with them than the new shops with the fancy equipment. They have people who actually know what they were doing. I worked at sears auto in college and did alignments got it in the green. The machine told you exactly what to do. I’m sure I did some pretty crappy alignments.

They are much more reasonable though around 70 for 2 wheel or 120 for 4 wheel. Something like that.


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Called another shop today ( highly recommended), 4 hrs to install at $90/hr. Not bad but they want $180 for alignment. And they don’t use a computer. Tape measures, levels and such. Wth
I use an old school place around here I have had much better luck with them than the new shops with the fancy equipment. They have people who actually know what they were doing. I worked at sears auto in college and did alignments got it in the green. The machine told you exactly what to do. I’m sure I did some pretty crappy alignments.

They are much more reasonable though around 70 for 2 wheel or 120 for 4 wheel. Something like that.


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LOL!!! Green and red are colors not degrees or angles!!! $180 may be a little high but it also may depend on what kind of warranty they put behind it as well.
 
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Had mine done by a local shop with a $150,000 machine total wack, asked for my money back because the tires weren't even close.Then drove over to the old school guy with a tape measure who took 2 hours to do it up and down the lift 3 times and he drove it 3 times before he said done. The 1st shop did it in 15 mins. Truck drives like a dream now. I learned my lesson, it's not the guy with the best tools, it's the one that knows how to use the tools he was given.
 
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