When I leveled my new 2500 I replaced my factory shocks, torsion keys, UCA’s and brackets. Is this stuff worth trying to sell? Craigslist etc? If so whats it’s value? It has about 800 miles on it. Thanks!
I’ve had my new 2021 Sierra 2500 Duramax for about a month now and love everything about it except for the mileage. I’m seeing around 16 mpg on the hwy running around 70-73 mph and about 12-13 around town. I had a 3/1 level kit installed along with 35/12.50/20 Nitro Ridge Grapplers mounted on 20x9 rims with a 0 offset. Is it the level/tire/wheel package that is killing my mileage?
Just picked up my new 2500 from the dealer a few days ago and not crazy about the ride quality. I’ve had numerous 3/4 trucks so I’m used to a stiffer ride but this is a bit too stiff. The dealer did a 2” level with new torsion keys and added Rough Country upper control arms. In hopes of improving the ride I’m considering replacing the factory Rancho shocks with Bilsteins. How many of you have made this change and what were the results? Thanks in advance!
Ordered a 2021 Sierra 2500 last week and having a hard time deciding how aggressive I want to get on the wheels. I'll be doing a 2" level with new control arms. Tires will definitely be 35x12.50/20 Ridge Grapplers. However, this is my first set of aftermarket rims ever and I cannot decide on how much offset to go with. Wheels will be KMC Mesa 20x9's. Show me what you've got!!! Thanks!
I'm expecting delivery of a 2021 Sierra 2500 soon and looking for recommendations for a hard tri-fold bed cover? Not wanting to go crazy on price so what is the best bang for the buck? I've always had an open bed with a tool box so I know absolutely zero about bed covers. Thanks!!!!
I'm fine with getting a kit with control arms. I just wasn't crazy about throwing more $ at shocks when I have four brand new one. Will the ride be decent with new control arms and stock shocks? Also, what about the rear? I'm assuming the rear will need to be blocked up as well for aesthetics? Thanks!
I plan on ordering a 2021 GMC 2500 within the next week. I have pretty limited knowledge of lifts/levels/tires/rims etc. But i do know what looks good when I see it! Its will be a daily driver and used for travel so I'm not looking for anything more than a slight aggressive stance. And the most important thing is RIDE QUALITY!!!! I'm strongly considering Fuel Hostage III D568 20x9 +1 rims with 35x12.50-20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers. My questions are: -Will a basic 2-3" level kit provide enough lift to accommodate these tires/wheels without any significant rubbing? -Considering that these
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