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    Default 06 silverado ls 1500 2wd 4.8 "leveling the front"

    Hey guys just got the truck about a week and half ago. What i wanna do is get the front leveled out i have read alot of post and was wanting to get some up to date info. I would like to hear from ryan about the daystar coil spacers and see how they are holding up on his truck. I also want everyones input on what would be best way to keep factory ride without busting everything in the front. I read somewhere about the cognito leveling kit but they are so expensive so im looking for a more affordable way to get it done but right.

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    Send Ryan a private message so he will know you are looking for info from him. Go to his 03sierracrewcab page and leave him a message.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tlperry68 View Post
    Send Ryan a private message so he will know you are looking for info from him. Go to his 03sierracrewcab page and leave him a message.
    .. 04 might work better






    I got my 2inch spacers from Suspensionconnection.com for about 140.00$ shipped.

    Great product, did exactly what they say. I have had mine on for about a year and no problems whatsoever. I still havent gotten diffrent shocks ither.
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    Thanks ryan for reply i will pm for more info and i didnt post just for him this was intended to get ideas and suggestions from everyone people that may have leveled their trucks in diffrent ways. So thanks for your reply but no thanks for the wrong info. Any other suggestions are welcome for my truck as im sure there are guys out there that know more bout this then i do only had truck a week and half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 04sierracrewcab View Post
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    I got my 2inch spacers from Suspensionconnection.com for about 140.00$ shipped.

    Great product, did exactly what they say. I have had mine on for about a year and no problems whatsoever. I still havent gotten diffrent shocks ither.
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    Does this "leveling kit" raise the front of the truck or lower the back? And if you are towing does the truck still stay level?

    The only reason I ask is because I tow a nice sized trailer every so often and when I do that the weight of the trailer levels my truck perfectly.


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    levels the front, as far as keeping it from sagging when towing buy a helper spring for the truck, or get one of those hitches that transfers the weight
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