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krychrt

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About krychrt

  • Birthday 09/25/1984

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    MICHAEL
  • Location
    NY
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    2018 Chevrolet Silverado LTZ Z71

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  1. I would say about an 1” lower in the front at the most maybe less. I will measure for you Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Thanks you sir. Yes they are BFG ko2 275/60R20. Readylift 2.25 with control arms up front. Swapped 1”rear block for 2”. Very happy with the setup Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Thanks i am happy with the setup so far. The tires are BF KO2s 275/60/20 with the stock 20” wheels. When I first took the truck for a ride after the install i had a slight rub on the readylift arms at full lock but it seems it is gone after less than 10 miles now. Hopefully it stays that way i was a little disappointed with that. I didnt want to do wheel spacers or anything like that. The stock tires were 275/55/20 so i guess not much room to go up in aspect ratio but in my opinion the tire fits the wheel well just how I wanted it at the 60 size Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I pulled the trigger on these as well. I like the look. Hopefully they hold up Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. I went with the ReadyLift 2.25 up front and swapped the rear 1.25 for the ready lift 2.25 based on the recommendation of those above. Came out good I think. If anything I would have liked a little higher in the front but matched with the new KO2’s its like a new truck. Ride quality seems unchanged so far as well. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. Looks good. Thats what i was thinking. Far cry from the $49 RC level but it will be done right and avoid problems later i guess. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. True i can agree with that...Looking at some of the other threads on readylift it looks to me like the front will be slightly higher than the rear with the 2.25 kit. I am thinking of adding the 2.25" blocks to replace the stock 1.25" blocks to correct that...anyone else done this or have a comment on how the truck sits after the 2.25 kit ? thanks guys
  8. Hey Guys...Almost pulled the trigger on the rough country 2.5 but with the stamped steel control arms on my 2018 Z71 i would have to pull apart the strut and insert the spacers. I dont like that idea because i am usually a driveway installer and dont have a strut compressor. Also dont like the idea of putting that .5" of load on the spring as opposed to other kits that just have the strut spacer on top. My end goal is to get the RC 2.5 kit stance with the 2" block in the rear but without taking my strut apart and sacrificing ride quality. I thought about doing the readylift 2.25 kit but i really wanted to get to 2.5 in the front so the extra inch block in the rear wouldn't make the truck look raked... any idea's ? Thanks
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