If this was replying to me, no. My sat antenna started leaking maybe 6 months after I bought the truck. (You will see water down by the parking brake) Replaced with a new seal under warranty. I have had no issues again there or ever with the roof lights 2 years later. You do what you feel you need to.
I have all the measurements from before and after, front to back, side to side. It took 2.75" to level with the back. Yes, visually it looked higher in the front. ( But a tape measure is a little more accurate than looking at it.) That was more than I wanted and had them lower it to where it is now at about 2.5" or a little less. I don't think anyone is intentionally raising the front higher, it just looks like that when it is actually level. The ride was terrible when it was up 2.75" and there were marks were the UCA were hitting. After dropping it the ride was still worse than stock and after the UCA boot blew I decided on replacing the UCA. There was a significant improvement in ride and steering after that. I didn't level because I wanted a level. I did it because when I changed wheels the different offset (+15) made the tires rub slightly. Opinions are all over the place on this, so as someone else said, start with the least expensive and add as needed to get what your looking for. (But be prepared to spend more than your thinking is my suggestion.)
I had the dealer change out my keys for ReadyLift keys. Kit includes shock spacers. My truck is raised approx 2.5 inches. Within a week one of the UCA ball joints boots had blown and all the grease was coming out. I decided to replace the UCA with ReadyLift UCA. After they were installed I noticed a significant improvement in the stability of the front end. Steering more stable much better ride than before. I know some will disagree on the UCA but this has just been my experience. If you don't change them I would be prepared to depending on what you find after you level.
If they don’t rub your going to be very close. I just put on the G2’s in 275/65/20 with aftermarket wheels at +15mm offset. I was very close to the front fender and would just rub the liner at the back with full turn. Your a little wider but with the stock wheels. Like the other post said if they do rub you probably won’t need much more to clear. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Just had a ReadyLift level kit installed. I have a 2016 2500 with Nitto Terra Grappler G2 275/65/20 on 20x9 Grid GD1 +15mm offset. Did you change the upper control arms? Mine only have about 1/4" before hitting the stops. There are signs that they are hitting. The measurements the installer gave from before and after show almost 2.5" raised to level. Steering also seems a little loose.
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