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    Quote Originally Posted by anre5180 View Post
    after some reading i dont think i would personally go with anything other than Bilstein.

    check link below as of WHY:

    http://www.bilsteinus.com/fileadmin/...WebArticle.pdf

    I like how their picture of the "over extended" down travel is so extreme. These trucks have droop stops, so that's a moot point. Bilstein is a good company and their shocks are nice, but don't fall for their scare tactics.

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    Welcome to the club and good luck with whatever you end up going with.

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    ccm spacer with 33" Cooper Zeon's

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    Hey man im running the 4" kit from ready lift. Its affordable and looks great. The tires are 33" BFGS.Click image for larger version. 

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    Elizabeth City, NC
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    Welcome to the Club.

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    Thanks for all the replies! The trucks on this site look great! I think I've decided to put on the CCM 2.5" leveling kit for now and save up for the RCX 5" with 33's on some Welds.

    Thanks again for the input and warm welcome!
    Justin
    2009 Silverado Z-71

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    Quote Originally Posted by jusstin4171 View Post
    Thanks for all the replies! The trucks on this site look great! I think I've decided to put on the CCM 2.5" leveling kit for now and save up for the RCX 5" with 33's on some Welds.

    Thanks again for the input and warm welcome!
    I went with the CCM 2.5" leveling kit and love it so far. I haven't gotten around to getting the 33s but i cant wait!

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    Here is my 2010 with a 3/2" leveling kit with 305/65R18's. I have about 12K miles on it since the lift and haven't had any problems so far.
    2010 Silverado LT Z71
    3"/2" Leveling Kit (will install after Deployment)
    SuperChips programmer

    Flowmaster Super 40 with turn downs
    Looking for the tires now!

  9. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by anre5180 View Post
    after some reading i dont think i would personally go with anything other than Bilstein.

    check link below as of WHY:

    http://www.bilsteinus.com/fileadmin/...WebArticle.pdf
    Too bad that's only for NNBS; it wont work for my 2004 NBS.
    2004 GMC Sierra SLT Z71, Truxedo Low Pro QT tonneau cover, Rhinoliner bed liner, Putco side rails, Weathertech window deflectors and floor mats, AMP Research bed extender, GMC cloth seat covers, light bar, lights and more to come.

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