Great looking truck. Do you have a link to this kit by chance? What height are you running your coilovers? If max, do you have a diff drop? Sorry for the question parade... lol super interested in this setup.
Hey All, Just ordered some Icon coilovers for my 2019 Sierra that have adjustable height of 1.5-3.5" of height. I also have a 2 inch rear lift block in my garage. Now the next thing I need to do is decide on my wheels and tires deciding between a 20 inch wheel or 18 inch wheel because I sometimes really like the look of the smaller wheel with more tire. Looking at minimum of 34" of height ideally.. I really dont want to rub or do major trimming but I also dont want something that'd look to small for a lift that'd go up to 3.5 inches. I like the look of the wider stance and not the tiny pizza cutter tires. Just trying to find that sweet spot. Looking for any suggestions/help please. Been looking around and seeing 295/70/18 that on some tire sites say its a 34.4" height but its a 11.5" width? But some say 11" so not sure about that route but any info with pictures would be very helpful
I am on my 6th trip back to the dealer, have done everything from transmission fluid swap regarding one of the service bulletins to road force balancing of the tires. How much of these things they actually did.... well that's a tough question. But just called them back after my 5th or 6th trip, after buying the truck just a month ago, letting them know ill be back in.....
If I wanted to get CST or Icon coilovers, just stage 1 so 1-3" adjustable lift, would I need the corresponding control arms or could I just keep everything else factory? Or is that more of a stage 2+ serious offroading condition. Want to make sure there's going to be no other stress of premature suspension wear going on. 2019 Sierra SLE so not other lifts or modifications done suspension wise.
Thanks for the info. I knew about the warranty and that is definitely a plus. I see a bunch of people on here tossing on spacers and pucks that are usually 1.5-2" tall. So I am wondering if it really is worth going to the GM lift if others are just doing 1.5-2" spacers and IF that is really not much of a concern on the suspension geometry and lifetime.
Hey All, Been on the forums for about a month now and have been doing a ton of digging into anything I have been trying to do. So far these forums have been a huge help. One question I had however is doing the 2 inch GM lift from the dealer or just adding a 2 inch lower mount spacer and a 2 inch rear block. How much is the GM lift really giving you that helps out with angles and helping out the suspension life with their kit? If I were to just get a 2 inch front spacer and a 2 inch rear block, I would achieve the same but would I run into quicker suspension wear with that route down the line? I have no problem with going toward the GM route but understanding that I can get the same look with less money I just wanted to try and get peace of mind of knowing if I do something that isn't the GM lift, will it really cause premature issues? I have the 2019 GMC Sierra SLE. So not factory lift or anything like that.
He also will send videos on how it all works and how to plug them in As I had no idea until I see the videos how the harness has a locking feature rather than just a standard push in tab lol. Might've ripped the dang thing out
How did you get raised 3 inch in the front and 1 inch in the back if you only got the 2 inch front lift? I know rough country makes a 3 inch lift kit which is 3 in the front and 1 inch block in the back. But did you get the 2 inch front level and a 1 inch rear block?
Where did you find the 1 inch rear block? Been looking at doing the same thing as you.
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