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    Default Looking for some input lift vs level

    I have an 07 avalanche 4x4 LT. I want to put some bigger tires on I'm thinking 285/70/17. I don't want anything too big. I was thinking of the rancho quick lift for the front level. Or I saw that rough country has a 3.5 lift kit that's new. Both will cost about the same $500. Both I can put on myself. I know that there will be a difference between the two. But I'm looking for pros cons with both and if anyone has tried either. Anything is appreciated. Thanks

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    I might get that 3.5 inch soon from RC!...also that leveling kit will be enough for those tires...maybe alittle trimming but thats it

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    Even the 2" kit from RC,you can run those tires...its costs 65 bucks

    2009 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT Z71 Crew Cab "All-Star Edition"

    Line-X'd Bed
    Line-X'd Custom Brush Guard(Heavy Duty)
    5.3L Flex Fuel
    275/65R18 Toyo Open Country AT2's
    2" Rough Country Leveling Kit(want to get the 2.5 RC kit)
    EGR In-Channel Vent Visors
    Exterior PLUS Package
    Interior PLUS Package
    K&N Drop-In Air Filter
    ProFlaps
    Cat-Back Dual Exhaust
    Black Bowties
    DeeZee Toolbox(going to get Line-X'd)
    Diablo Sport Predator(AFM Disabled)
    ProFlaps
    Towing Mirrors
    Next Planned Mods
    Blacked out Tail Lights
    Aftermarket Rims

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    I had an 08 silverado with a rough country 2 inch leveling it. No complaints. But I plan on replacing all the shocks soon. So that's why I was going with the quick lift

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