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  1. My last truck (1995 GMC Z71) was lifted slightly. 3" suspension and a 3" body lift to clear the 33x12.5x15 tires I had for it. It was fun but the GM's start out so short anyway my dodge 3500 actually sits just as high as the GMC did. The GMC was very hard on steering and suspension parts. With the dodge I'm more concerned about it being reliable and longevity. I will leave it at the stock hight and run stock size tires on her.
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  2. No. Unplug the field wires. Drive it and see if the trans issue persists.
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  3. I'd be trying shocks first as they are likely due for replacement and they are cheap compared to the other things.
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  4. Yep never do another a wild hair thing like that again. It was expensive and it wasn't right. I'd rather get a raise from my work any day
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  5. Placed my order today with DAP. I went with new Bosch bodies and I also bought new cross-over tubes (I only want to do this once). I also picked up a set of the "cheaper" ARP headstuds. Thanks Lenny at @dieselautopower for letting me bend your ear a little before I pulled the trigger. ....and now I wait....
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  6. You definitely need to re read the the ground mod by WT. I have to assume thats what you mean by "drivers side ground relocate". Getting the charge wire to the passenger battery is an important step.
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  7. W-T ground mod needs to be done. You’ll want to add a 150 amp breaker or fuse between the alternator charge wire and the passenger side battery. I recommend the breaker
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