I'd go option #2. Just drop the truck off and you pick it up all said and done. Less of a pain installing it and then having to wait around for it to get an alignment It's pretty simple installing a lower strut level kit however. (comes with instructions) Putting new blocks in the rear can be tricky though if the kit comes with it.
Tons of guys go off road with levels and 33s. They perform fine on the normal fire roads etc.. Probably gain close to an inch in ground clearance over stock tires, and will most likely rub the felt liner in off camber turns/bumps
My 2017 sometimes vibrates rolling down the highway, trans clunks into gears when coming to a stop/taking off. I much preferred how my 2011 drove compared to this one, as crazy as that may seem.
xax replied to TXGREEK's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraJust spray some fluid film on it and forget about it.
xax replied to FlyPacNW's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraCan't see any issue running those, toyo makes great tires. Only seen a few trucks in person running them though, looks like a good all weather tire. I run the Toyo RT and haven't had any issues on/off road. Been down some pretty muddy logging roads hauling my atv around.
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