You pull the door panel off, and look underneath and its screwed in there, so remove screws and unplug everything, then the switches are held on by clips all around the holder. The just pull it out.
i bought the truck that way. i think it is part of the LT3 package but im not sure. you could probly do it yourself if your up for a weekend project.
Glad to hear you got your truck back in one piece, and got a new set of tires out of the deal I know I'd be sick if mine got stolen too. When I first got it I had dreams about it getting stolen that freaked me out. Did they ever catch who stole it>
that sucks your truck was stolen! did you get it back safe and sound?
Wow, $250 a piece is a steal for 20's! I couldn't even find 18's for less than $288. I'll definitely have to shop around then for a better price. And yea, I'd be afraid to hit mud as well with a truck like yours. Too much money spent to tear something up in the mud IMO. Get yourself a beater haha
Thanks man. Yea im thinkin seriously about getting those same wheels (probably 18" instead) for my truck when i get ready to lift it. Having 4x4 is nice I guess. I rarely use it but it's there if i need it ;)
heres another forum to tell you a better way of how i described, a more safe way. the way i told you is the way i did it. http://www.fullsizechevy.com/forums/...cing-tech.html
very simple to install. but id recomend ordering new shocks. you can utilize the stock shocks but they wont be quite as good.Jack it up by the frame. then you can remove your bolt and pull out the torsion bar key. you may have to use a rubber malot to free it up. i had to and my truck was only 3 months old at the time. either that or maybe a large screw driver to pry. note the position so you can install the new one in the same way. after you install both crank them to desired height and lower the truck. drive around the yard or parking lot what ever l settle it out then bring it back use a tape measure and measure from ground to fender on both sides. make sure its around the same. make sure to jack the front of the truck up when up make you adjustments. fiddle with it till you get the desired height. make sure you measure on level ground. and if you like you can also measure a b4 to compare with an after. and take picture see if you notice a diff.
it all depends on your local ford dealer and how much they are charging for the ford keys. they only use one type just get f-150 keys if you go that route. you can probably get them for around $80
the leveling kit i have is just FORD keys for the ford torsion bars. the cheapest leveling kit you can get. alot of people dont know about it.