Does anyone have any pictures of a 14-18 truck with a 3.5 inch lift next to a stock truck or any other brand of truck for comparison. Im looking at picking one of these kits up this week. I currently have a 2 inch front level and I want to see if the difference in height is worth the money. any help would be greatly appreciated
Those angles don't look bad at all, the tie rod end might have a little strain but nothing serious. Does any one have pictures of their truck beside a stock one or a levelled one. I have a 2 inch front level now and I am deciding whether its worth it to jump to the 3.5. I can't seem to find any pictures of one of these close to a stock one to see if its worth the 500 plus install. im not sure how much higher it will look.
the 3.5 inch knuckle kit doesn't change your track-width only when you go higher.
I have a levelling kit now with 10 ply tires, does it ride that much worse than stock? i assume it will ride a little rougher than my current ranchos but is it that bad?
How long have you had the kit installed? any issues at all? you mention the truck was capable, any good stories on that one? Appreciate everyone taking the time to respond by the way! its very helpful
Yeah mine came with the factory 20s and I got them to switch them out for the 18s, I liked a little more sidewall for cushion. Sounds like they are both decent kits. I agree with TXGREEK, yeah the 5 inch is probably a better set up but for the most part my truck is a pavement princess that I plan to keep for another 3 years or so. Im hoping those kits will not completely destroy it over that period of time. Im fine with a ball joint or two in a couple of years. I just want to make sure that the 8 or 10 times a year I am offroad that I don't tear the bumper off of it or get stuck. I live in Canada so a lot of times I wish it had more lift so i didn't have to shovel as much either LOL. Thanks for the help. Does anyone have any pictures of their truck's angles? or just their truck sitting next to a stock one or anything? love to see what they look like.
RC is 500 and the Superlift is 650. The only thing about the 5 inch is that it is over double the price of the 3.5 inch. Im not really sure I want to go that high either because I would still like to be able to fit through a 7 foot garage door. thanks for the input, I will probably just go with the shocks that come with it for now and upgrade to the Bilsteins at a later date. I don't want to sink to much into it at one time lol the old lady might kill me. Thanks, Jake
TimHortonsJunky posted a topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraHey Everyone, I am looking at doing a small lift on my truck(18 Silverado LT Z71) mostly for hunting purposes and I am trying to decide between the 3.5 inch RC knuckle lift and the 3.5 inch Superlift. Ive got some mixed reviews some are saying the Superlift runs better angles, some say the RC runs better angles. Some say they would run the RC kit because of the warranty and it rides better, I am just looking for some people who have these kits to give me their opinions on their respective kits. I am looking at these lifts because its my first lift above a 2 inch level and I don't want to spend a ton of money. I go hunting in the fall and fishing in the spring/summer and even with the 2 inch level on my truck now I find I worry about tearing the front bumper to pieces. I don't need or want a 6 inch BDS kit with fox shocks and all the fixins. Just looking for the best kit around 3.5-4 inches in the price range of the RC or Superlift. If anyone is running either of these lifts or something similar I would love your insight. Thanks in advance for the help, its greatly appreciated. Jake
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