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Discussion in 'Chevy Tahoe Forum (GMC Yukon, Cadillac Escalade)' started by Firefighter2589, Apr 5, 2011.

  1. Firefighter2589

    Firefighter2589 New Member

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    im looking at leveling my tahoe (04) and keep going back to this.. and i was wondering if any one knows of something better and or cheaper...

    http://www.roughcountry.com/chevy_4wd_99-06_tahoe-2.html

    and another thing is i need to sell the 3rd row spilt seat ASAP becase i just got my own fire gear (so i can go straight scene) and i dont wana get them a coverd in soot and crap.. and my girl doesent want them in our new apartment.. i seen on ebay there like $350+ im only asking $150 (u pick up.. or meet 75 miles... or u pay shiping) they are cloth... pictures will be on profile tmr..


    and thanks for u advice :)
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  2. The General

    The General New Member

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    Ebay or Craigslist, just make sure they look ok before buying
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  3. silveradotrailblazer

    silveradotrailblazer New Member

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    Better and cheaper don't go together. I would go with a ReadyLift leveling kit. Watch out for cheap leveling kits as many have torson keys made in China.
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  4. adampaul1964

    adampaul1964 New Member

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    X2 on cheap torsion keys, Ready Lift keys are forged not cast. The torsion keys support the whole weight of the front of your truck, and cast keys have been known to break under the stress, it is rare but why take the risk and skimp on quality to save a few bucks. The kit you have the link to is essentially a lift kit since it also has a coil spacer for the rear. Are you wanting to lift the truck and put on larger tires or do you just want it to sit level? Rough country are notorious for lower quality, keys and spacers are probably O.K. but I wouldn't put too much faith in the shocks, I can't see them being real high quality for the price. If you just want to raise the front a little then I would look at Ready Lift or Pro-Comp.
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