After a ton of research after my last post, i was looking into This rough country 3.5 knuckle lift. In one of my searches, i read about somebody who used this kit and got a larger differential drop spacer than the kit comes with to somewhat correct the cv angles. Would that actually work? Looking to lift my 2018 1500 on a somewhat budget.
Hello, in the same situation as the OP, i was looking at the Rough country (link) 3.5" kit with the lifted knuckles and differential drop spacers, would this keep my angles at a decent spot or not? Would i be better off with this kit: Tuff country 4" lift with differential drop spacers. Thanks in advance
This is my first time doing anything with the suspension on any vehicle so I have some questions. I wanted to use this lift kit https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-suspension-lift-kit-121c.html, It says i can run up to a 285/65/18. The tires I want (https://www.desertrat.com/i-23324917-lt275-70r18-dick-cepek-fun-country.html#!) are a 275/70/18. Will they be ok? If they dont, what size lift will i need? I was also looking at the Tuff Country (https://www.suspensionconnection.com/14059-chevy-1500.html) or another Rough Country (https://www.americantrucks.com/rough-country-325-suspension-body-lift-kit-1417-2wd-4wd-w-stock-cast-steel-or-aluminum-control-arms.html) or is there something better, Im not trying to do this as cheap as possible but I also don't want to spend a fortune. Im only looking to run 33s. Thanks in advance
I picked up a 2018 Silverado custom with the 4.3 a few months ago, i love it so far but the only thing i dont like is that it is way to quiet compared to my old silverado. Has anyone put an exhaust on that makes a little more noise but dosen't make the v6 sound like a subaru? I want some noise out of this beast!
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