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TXGREEK

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  1. 2014+ Suspension Lifts

    Ok, how’s the ride quality of your Kings, stiffer, mushy? Sent from above
  2. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Picked it up today, 4.5” CST Lift up front, 3” added in rear with taller shocks, brand new Bilsteins all the way around. Testing out the new Bilsteins to see if maybe I had a prior faulty one. Sent from above
  3. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Looks great [emoji1303] Sent from above
  4. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    You couldn’t pay me to add any RC product on any of my vehicles. The really good shops won’t touch them mostly cause they’re constantly coming back for repairs that were due to RC products themselves. RC is garbage wanna-be-a-lift. Avoid it like the plague!! There are other companies that make far better products. Trail Master which is owned by ProComp and identically made even has a $1K 6” lift kit that would be far better than an RC product. Sent from above
  5. 2014+ Suspension Lifts

    That’s not including rear shocks for the 3”-5” lifted applications. Sent from above
  6. 6 inch or 4.5

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  7. 2014+ Suspension Lifts

    One thing is for certain, (and I know lifts, had many of them) it seems to be a much heavier duty and very thick steel, highest quality paint job I’ve ever seen from any manufacturers suspension components. Very impressed! Sent from above
  8. 2014+ Suspension Lifts

    I’ll post a bunch of pics once it’s all cleaned up and can compare the before shot To the new shot.... Pic coming soon [emoji13] I’m also looking at keeping the same Nitto Ridge Grapplers 285/60/20’s (33.7’s) but may go up to the 285/65/20’s cause I want to have less drag from the tires width wise but a bit more height for a softer ride, I don’t know [emoji1745]‍[emoji3603] Sent from above
  9. 2014+ Suspension Lifts

    Just about done, went ahead and started fresh with new Bilstein 5100’s again up front just for experimental purposes and new extended 5100’s in the rear for the CST 3” block. Talk about build in progress. Couldn’t get away from meetings today, picking it up mañana! Sent from above
  10. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Btw, our stock wheels typically run a +28 or so and that’s why we get so much rubbing after leveling with stamped steel UCA’s, the stamped steel UCA’s really bring the wheels in more after leveling. It was a fart of a thought on GM’s side especially learning off of this screwup because now it’s either a standard stock raised they’re doing on a couple 2019 off-road trucks or optioned out on ordering. It’s a cluster [email protected]&, causing us to spend more especially running on 20’s Sent from above
  11. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    YouTube it, that’s how I learned quickly, it’s from center of wheel, distance from hub which “plus” will either bring your wheel closer inside or “minus” which will push your wheel towards outside of fender. Typically 0 offset or +1 is the safe zone. Sent from above
  12. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    You’ve got stamped steel UCA’s and 20’s which means you’ll definitely get rubbing as soon as you add larger tires to your level. 275/60/20’s will rub on lock. Either you get same existing size new tires or you get new wheels with different offset to accommodate the +offset you’ve got with your factory wheels. I tried just with a level and new tires, rubbed to much, then I got new +1 offset wheels with new tires. Sent from above
  13. 2014+ Suspension Lifts

    You’re correct, and better go have it installed, I’m sure you’ll very much enjoy it. Im actually leaning towards the CST coil over for the 4.5” too. Either way I’m sure I’ll have to wait a few weeks from CST hopefully not. Sent from above
  14. 2014+ Suspension Lifts

    Lol, seen it done that way a bunch of times Sent from above
  15. 2014+ Suspension Lifts

    They’re completely supported Sent from above
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