Originally Posted by SeaDog
05 CW don't get upset its fueled by envy I can say that because I also own Chevys and GMC.
Too funny. Little do you guys know I own a Denali. I don't play the manufacturer game.
But like this topic showed in the first post, in my field I can detect weaknesses. And all IFS trucks with upper/lower control arms have it. Once that one lower balljoint lets go you have immobilized failure, whether it's Toyota, Nissan, or GM. Unlike a solid axle truck such as Ford Super duty & Dodge/Ram 2500+, where you'd have to have complete upper and lower ball joint failure which is unlikely.