The Official Chevy Lift/Leveling Kit Page Silverado

Discussion in 'Lifted & Offroad Suspension' started by Pete95Sierra, Mar 25, 2010.

  1. Pete95Sierra

    Pete95Sierra New Member

    Ok, since we get asked pretty much everyday about what lift or leveling kit is the best, I’m going to start this thread to provide any links of brands that supply suspension upgrades for GM trucks that I know of. My goal is to make the research a little easier for people investing in a lift kit. Feel free to post up and I will add it. Also, feel free to share experiences that you may have had with any of these brands! So, what is the best for your Chevy/GMC and which should you go with? My hope is that this thread can help you out :great:

    General Internet Purchase Locations - Search for your make/model + suspension / lift / leveling - Same search as on Amazon.

    Suspension suppliers

    Suspension Lift Brands - Most have leveling kits as well

    Body Lift Brands

    Shock brands – (most lift companies have their own shock)

    Rough Country
    Tuff Country

    General Internet Purchase Locations - Search for your make/model + suspension / lift / leveling - Same search as on Amazon.
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  2. Shorty 71

    Shorty 71 New Member

    Nicely done....this will be helpful to many!
  3. 08SierraZ71

    08SierraZ71 New Member

    you should add readylift to the list. I have a leveling kit in my 08 Sierra and love it. They also have a new suspension lift for the NB gm's.
  4. chevymanlobo

    chevymanlobo New Member

    Lift without voiding warranty??

    i have a 2009 stock chevy silverado brand new, and i was wondering if they made a suspension lift that would not void your warranty, because i want to put 35s on my truck but i didnt want to void the warranty. thanks in advance
  5. unplugged

    unplugged New Member

    Bravo!...........well done.....:great:
  6. Pete95Sierra

    Pete95Sierra New Member

    You are going to have to check with the dealer on that. I know Chevy released some 07+ Silverados with Pro Comp lifts already installed.
  7. canislupis69

    canislupis69 New Member

  8. chevymanlobo

    chevymanlobo New Member

    I checked wth them and they told me that I could get it done there at the dealership with some kind of basic 4inch pro comp suspension lift Terra grapplers 35s and moto metal 18s for 6500$???? There's no way. They told me that the local lift shop would know which one I wanted but they weren't sure cus when they checked, pro comp didn't make a 4 inch lift only 6+ so now I'm confused... Thanks in advance again

    BALTHIS New Member


    ok guys i was wonderin whats the smallest lift i can put on my truck to clear 35's. i dont have a leveling kit and already have 33/12.50/17 and they clear pretty good except when u back up and get it in a pretty good bind. its a 07 classic, ext cab. i dont want a big gap between the tires and the fenders cause i like the look of everytging bein nice and tight lookin. the truck really dont go off road unless im huntin, so i aint too worried about rubbin a lil.
  10. Pete95Sierra

    Pete95Sierra New Member

    you should be able to aqueeze 35's in with a 4" lift, but you may be cutting some plastic up front in or aroudn the wheel wells.
  11. Pete95Sierra

    Pete95Sierra New Member

    my guess is they meant 6" or the guy didnt really know. I am almost positive the ones they put on are 6" procomp lifts, usually 35" procomp tires and some procomp rims. the 6500 may be the price over the normal sticker value that they charge at the dealership if you were to buy it prelifted from them. If the local lift shop can do the 6" under warranty for you then that is your best bet. Just make sure the dealer won't screw you over later if you go to the local place.
  12. texasleo77

    texasleo77 New Member

    Leveling Kit

    I just bought an 08 Silverado 4x4 extended cab. I would like put on a good leveling kit so I could add bigger tires. But I would like to keep the original ride as close as possible. I heard that Rough Country made a good product. Anyone know what brand seems to be the best? Thanks.
  13. Pete95Sierra

    Pete95Sierra New Member

    For the price, the RC kit cannot be beat. If you want to spend more then I would recommend going with a Rancho readylift. It comes with whole new lift struts up front for about 250 bucks
  14. A1CMason

    A1CMason New Member

    I've seen 35's tucked under a leveling kit with keys tightend all the way and a 3 inch block in the rear...had minor rubbing in the front but thats all, i have 33's on my truck right now with just a leveling kit not tightend at all with no rubbing at all, didnt even rub when i didnt have the kit on.

    BALTHIS New Member

    ill prob order a set of torsion keys in the next week or so. and if i can get 2 or 3 more inchers ott athe front i can clear the back with block. hopefully.
  16. texasleo77

    texasleo77 New Member

    Thanks For The Info. I just wanted to make sure that the Rough Country was a good buy and kept the original ride as much as possible.
  17. BGerrits

    BGerrits New Member

    I want to know what the biggest lift I should go with while keepin the stock tires... but adding bigger tires in the future... can't afford em both right now...
  18. texasleo77

    texasleo77 New Member


    Thanks for all the info. That should be a great help!
  19. high_sub

    high_sub New Member

    rcd suspension makes a good lift for are trucks
  20. Ricochet

    Ricochet New Member

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