When you hold the button with the light on it will do nothing but turn traction control back on. When the light is out, try holding the button longer. I was counting one-one thousand and I only counted 4 seconds. Give it 10 seconds. It should work. I will try mine.
The other spacers are shown from the top at the bottom of the pic. What I see missing is the rear shock extensions and rear sway bar end links. Due to the angle of the rear shocks, maybe they’re not needed? IDK
I guess it doesn’t matter, it’s on back order too LOL
AEV (since 1997) makes amazing products, but Skyjacker (since 1974) has been around a hell of a lot longer. Both kits are spacer kits so you retain the OEM springs. I’ve never bought from either company but I would never dismiss Skyjacker as not worthy. FWIW, you don’t need a lift to fit 35’s...
I was so excited about the diesel option (mostly for mileage and off road range) until I really thought it through and decided I didn’t want the headaches. I drive a diesel truck for a living and deal with all these EGR, DPF and DEF issues already. I’ll just keep carrying extra gas.
The sound wouldn’t change much, if any. My buddy had his Peterbilt done and they basically gut the DPF and reprogram the computer to ignore whatever they did. All the stock exhaust remains. There’s the EGR and DEF systems that have to be addressed too.
I doubt it would be an issue at the border, but it will be an issue if you have to pass emissions where you live. If not, go for it. Roll coal. Also, if the dealer finds it they may void your power train warranty. Harley is doing the same thing.