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2001 gmc 2500hd leveling kit and plow .. should i add timbrens?

Discussion in 'Lifted & Offroad Suspension' started by quicksilver8817, Oct 24, 2013.

  1. quicksilver8817

    quicksilver8817 New Member

    I just installed a leveling kit on the truck to fit 33's .. During the install i ripped out the factory bump stops because they were rotting off .. I plow in the winter and the snow is coming real soon here in ohio .. My question is , will the timbrens install correctly considering my front end is sitting 2" higher in the front. My options are by new bump stops or the timbrens .. the plow is a 7.5' meyer hoop style poly so its not too heavy at all .. Any help would be great thanks .
  2. quicksilver8817

    quicksilver8817 New Member

    well i went ahead and bought the timbrens so i will let you guys know how well the work
  3. quicksilver8817

    quicksilver8817 New Member

    Update: The timbrens were pretty easy to install and my trucks front end only drops about an inch or so with the plow lifted. Rides pretty smooth with the plow and rides the same when plow is unhooked

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