Order it through ebay then. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1-5-Front-Leveling-lift-kit-for-Chevy-Silverado-Trail-Boss-and-GMC-Sierra-AT4/323873765318?hash=item4b686177c6:g:cIwAAOSwEeFU4jni Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Finally had time to install my motofab 1.5” level kit. Really happy with the look. I thought the front tires were going to look too small as they are only 32.3” tall but I can leave with the look until they wear off. Will be aligning it pretty soon. Overall 1” of rake and happy with the stance Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
It’s one thing with another...Readylift is correcting the balljoint angle with their upper control arm but stretching the cv angles more with a 2” raise as oppose the the Motofab 1.5” I have read one case on here with complications on the motofab kit but it was a 2” spacer. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
You measured the tire from the ground to the top as it was mounted and installed on the truck. The weight of the truck pushes down and gives a smaller measurement of your tire. To get a closer number to the 34.6” stated by tiresize.com you could measure your tires diameter from the front bumper side, center of tire towards the rear of the truck center of tire. The heights also varies depending on the width of the wheel the factory used to measure as the wider the wheel the more the tire stretches out hence a shorter tire. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
To get the true size of your new federal 35s you have to measure from side to side. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Summer Vacation road trip to EL PASO TX. Was pretty fun driving through the mountains and hearing the exhaust nice rumble with the flapper open and resonators covered up as the truck climbed up the hills. I even got to see a message on the DIC that said something like “hill assist engaged” I never touch the descending button this was on the way up. Overall the truck did great and the mileage was okay considering the hills on the highway and high speeds of up to 88 on some areas. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
It appears to be the 1.5" that the owners are already running here in the forum. I have mine sitting in the garage waiting to be installed but ordered before they released or re-labeled this particular AT4/TB lower strut spacer. My purchase order on ebay has a part number listed as "CH-15LM" only. Looking into the pictures they look indentical. Probably their way of telling people 1.5" is their recommendation for AT4/TB trucks.
2.25" for the AT4 or TB...I say would be too much. Their has already been one case reported here with clunking noise on a 2" level spacer. 1.5" has been ran from several for at least 5K miles with no issues claimed so far.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/1-5-Front-Leveling-lift-kit-for-Chevy-Silverado-2007-2019-GMC-Sierra-GM-1500-LM/322399957905?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649 Here is the link lower strut spacer. 1.5" easier to install than the top spacer.
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