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  1. If i buy a moto fab 2 inch leveling disk, would i have to replace my upper control arms with aftermarket ones? Ive seen two different answers from american trucks.com and now im confused...ive never put a leveling kit on any of my trucks so im not sure exactly what im getting into and all what it entails (2017 Silverado 1500) are they recommended but not required? Id rather not snap a ball joint and screw my truck up....TIA
  2. (Sorry for making another thread on something that may have been answered somewhere else, I had tried the search feature for this specific question in a couple formats but couldn't quite find anything. Perhaps I was searching with the incorrect format/tag words.) After going through the forums, it seems as though most people have 2-2.5in of rake, whereas my measurements show a difference of 3-3.1 inches in rake. Is it more common for the 4x2's to have a higher back-end? If so, why might that be?? Or could it be due to measuring at the time of an almost empty gas tank? I wouldn't think it'd make an inch of height difference. Any help/information would be greatly appreciated.
  3. From the album: 2016 GMC Sierra SLT

    Taking the gator out for a little cruise
  4. Just joined the group today but I have been reading many posts over the past few weeks on what everyone has done to spruce up the look on their 2014+ sierra and still keep the factory ride and stay as close as possible to the factory MPG. I picked up my Quicksilver Sierra SLT 2 weeks ago from the dealership and knew I had to get a leveling kit on it asap. The Sierra I purchased came with stock 18's but I was able to do a wheel swap for some stock 20's off a 2016 Denali that was on the lot. I did a lot of reading on other posts and decided to go with the RC 2 inch level so I would still have some rake in the back. I also was going to swap the tires for a larger 10 ply size (due to my vehicle seeing a lot of gravel everyday) but I didn't know what to go for. After a bunch of research, I came to the conclusion that the Hankook Dynapro ATM's in 285/55/20 was my best option for appearance, durability, MPG, and the biggest factor, PRICE. I just picked it up from the shop today and I thought I'd post a pic for everyone. I haven't seen anyone running this setup on the forum so this may be helpful to some of you guys. So overall I added 2 inches in suspension height and a little more than a 1/2 inch in tire height and width. (New tires are 32.4 inches x 11.7 inches). No rub at all and definitely could fit a larger tire, but this is the look I was going for. I will do updates on MPG before and after as well. Ran two tanks of fuel through it stock with mixed conditions 20% gravel, 40% stop and go and 40% highway with an average of 18.0. Some of this in auto 4x4 due to bad weather. So far the ride seems just a hair stiffer but I am also looking for it to be as well. Time will tell. Sorry in advance for the poor pic I currently have, it's almost dark and I am just pretty excited about showing it off. I will get some better ones added this weekend with it cleaned up and from different angles. Before with 18's After with lift and tires
  5. Hello everyone! So I got a leveling lift up front for my 2006 Sierra Denali 1/2 ton with torsion keys but now the front of the truck sits a bit higher than the back. I'd like to use lift blocks to raise the back up about an inch and a half, but I'm not sure what size blocks to get because I'm not sure if the truck comes stock with blocks? And if so, how tall are they?
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