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04-22-2009, 07:50 AM #1
Help me with a leveling kit decision!!
Ok, going to do a leveling kit on my truck, just cannot decide which one to go with. here is a link that includes a pic of my truck http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/showthread.php?t=21558, i just put some 20's on it and the tires rub a little. Have looked at the pro comp, and ready lift leveling kits, they both raise the front 1.5". Have also looked at the rough country kit which looks like it does up to 2". Any ideas or suggestions on a differnet kit? Thanks!
There is almost a 3" difference between the front and the rear.....
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5.3L LT1 Z71
Rhino Liner over the rails
20" Pro Comp Xtreme Alloys
275/55/20 Pirelli Scorpion ATR's
2.25" Readylift leveling kit
Gibson Dual Sport cat-back
2008 Silverado reg cab short bed
4.8L LS 4x4
2001 Silverado reg cab short bed
4.3L 5speed 2wd
1995 Silverado ext cab short bed
04-22-2009, 07:58 AM #2
Would it be possible to use the rough country kit in addition with the pro comp kit? I believe that the rouch country goes on the bottom and the pro comp mounts to the top? With the rough country you have the option of up to 2" with two 1/2" spacers and a 1" spacer, in addition to the pro comp 1.5" spacer.....just an idea, anyone tried it?
04-22-2009, 08:08 AM #3
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I have had th eRough Country kit installed on two Tahoes here at the Border Patrol Station and they have performed quite well. Our vehicles take a beating and haev had no problems at all. Also, Bilstein make a lift shock that we have used as well with excellent results. You may get a bit more llift out of the Bilstein. HTH.Scott
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04-22-2009, 08:47 AM #4
04-22-2009, 11:04 AM #5
anybody used the ready lift leveling kit? They have one that does 2.25" for $230
04-22-2009, 09:12 PM #6
I was gonna say I would go with something like the bilstein lift like he said or run the rancho quicklift systemPETE
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04-22-2009, 10:03 PM #7
help me with a leveling kit decision
Ditto the Bilstein kit. It has different adjustments on the shock from 1.5inch to 2.7 inchs and you get a great front shock. They also offer a rear shock to match the front shocks valving.
04-23-2009, 06:29 AM #8
04-25-2009, 01:04 PM #9
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Rancho Leveling Kit
Well I got done with my Rancho Leveling kit with the 9000xl rears here is the link. Hope you can see the difference The one that doesn't say rancho on it is the stock photo. It was easy for the rear shocks of course but the front was a different story. Of course they're adjustable but in pain-in-the-but place. So far the drivability is good I've done stiff and soft you can tell the difference. All in all nice if you put these is remember that the dial is pointing away from the engine not toward. It took me a little longer to figure that out I guess the design threw me off.
2008 Sierra Crew Cab Z71 4x4 Black
04-26-2009, 08:26 PM #10
I decided to go with the ready lift 2.25 kit. I just picked it up today....plans are to put it on tommorow after work, but we will see it i can get to it in time...i will post some pictures of it after i get finished.
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