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    Default Added Rear Lift Blocks.

    Nothing fancy or dramatic, but I added a three inch lift block to the rear today. Two hours work and now the truck doesn't have the slight squat that it had after I put the keys in. The difference is subtle but I think it looks better and I guess that's all that matters!



    Adam


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    nice lookin rig what is your opinion on the lift keys ? i own 2000 sierra k1500 was thinkin bought doin the same thing but i've heard lot of good and bad bout them . ride qaulity ect...
    l:fighting0037:be smarter than what you are workin on

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    Quote Originally Posted by crossleysierra View Post
    nice lookin rig what is your opinion on the lift keys ? i own 2000 sierra k1500 was thinkin bought doin the same thing but i've heard lot of good and bad bout them . ride qaulity ect...
    I installed my new keys almost a year ago (March '09) and so far I'm very happy with the results, the ride quality is a little firmer but hardly any real difference. Mechanically, it's been about 20,000 miles (I have 80,000 on the truck now) so who knows? I'll just have to wait and see!

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    Looks good.


    I need new keys...bad!!

    2003 Silverado LT

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    As always Adam,Your truck look's Great!!.....

    MIKE


    99"SILVERADO
    5.3 l 3.73 l G80
    BLACK BEAR CUSTOM TUNE
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    Quote Originally Posted by 99'HEARTBEAT View Post
    As always Adam,Your truck look's Great!!.....
    Thanks Mike, I think it looks kinda sad with the winter wheels and tires on, another six weeks or so and I can break out the summer treads from the basement!

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    Looks good basically same kit i have. Nice job!


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    2003 GMC Sierra 1500 Z71
    K&N Intake
    Flowmasters
    6K HID Lows, Highs, Fogs
    3 Piece Billet grille
    De-badged
    Autopage Remote Start
    3000 Watt Stereo System
    Truxedo Bed Cover
    3 Inch lift
    33x11.5 Nittos
    18" Weld Wheels

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    Just a recomendation if you havent already trimmed off the U bolts you might want to, you'd be surprised what all they'll catch on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbplus10 View Post
    Just a recomendation if you havent already trimmed off the U bolts you might want to, you'd be surprised what all they'll catch on.
    X2-that's funny you said that because I was thinking the same thing.

    Adampaul you must have had some serious squatting problems, because your truck doesn't look unbalanced now at all. I must say that it looks naked without the nice wheels, and those fire engine red calipers you have. Keep up the fantastic work...............amy
    2004 Chevy Colorado
    LS1 5.7 swap/TBSS rear axle swap

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    are your keys maxed all the way up? i have a2inch leveling kit from rough country and i was wanting to tighten my keys more and put a 3 inch block in the ba, but i was just wondering if your keys were all maxed out or not, i just did mine to where the factory keys were at, and it leveled it well just now i wanna go with the blocks in the back

    2006 silverado z71
    295-70-R17 nitto trail grapplers
    flowmaster 40 series dumped
    2'' rough country leveling kit
    k&n CAI
    throttle body spacer
    De-badged
    15'' kicker cvr & 2 10'' kicker cvr /w 1800 watt kenwood amp
    7'' jvc kw avx810 double din
    diablosport predator

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