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Build List: 2018 Chevy Silverado 1500 2wd 5.3 V8 3.42 Gears Superchips Programmer Pedal Commander Magnaflow Race muffler w/ Dirt Skum Bezel/Tip Bedside Exit Window Tint Plasti Dip Emblems Stubby Antenna Custom Bumper/Skid Plate Method NV 305 17" Falken Wild Peaks 315/70/17 Front: Dirt King UCAs CST 3.5" spindles King 2.5 OEM coil overs Rear: King 2.5 OEM Piggyback
I currently have a 2in leveling kit on the truck and plan on replacing it with new coil overs (Either Fox 2.0/2.5 or Kings 2.5). Just want to have a great ride and maintain the level look on 33s. Is it worth spending extra to have the adjustable DSCs? http://www.mrtmotorsports.net/fox-racing-shocks/fox-factory-series-shocks/88302028/i-2305594.aspx http://www.mrtmotorsports.net/fox-racing-shocks/fox-factory-series-shocks/88002525/i-2305493.aspx I was wondering with these, if set on say around 2-2.5in level would the aftermarket control arms be required? I understand the need for the aftermarket control arms and plan on doing them in the future, just not trying to deplete my bank account all at once. These are the king's that i am looking at - http://www.mrtmotorsports.net/king-suspension/king-oem-performance-series/25001148a/i-3751119.aspx as far as the rear goes i plan on adding the deaver spring pack, and matching the shock to whatever brand i choose for the front. Thoughts/opinions on either of these setups or the 2.0 foxes? not interested in running the 5100 bilisteins.