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  1. Planning on leveling my 2018 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE with the 3” front 2” rear MOTOFAB leveling kit. Currently have stock wheels/tires on it which are 255/70R17. Thinking about jumping up to 18” wheels instead but wanted to know how much of a difference the 17” to 18” jump would make in appearance. I was able to find plenty of pictures with 18” wheels but are there any photos out there of leveled /lifted trucks with 17” rims?
  2. Hello, I wanted to see if anyone knows the actual answer about leveling a trail boss. Can you really get away with a "cheap" level ie. Rough Country using only spacers or do I need to fork out the extra and get the ready lift or fabtech with the upper control arms. Is the Readylift video brainwashing me or do you really need the control arms?!? Asking because it seems to be about $500 (CAD) difference between the two choices.
  3. I just wanna show off my truck , as i cant find any online as blacked out as mine , hope it meets everyones approval
  4. Hope you guys are doing well! Found a lovely deal for a chevy 2016 - LT Z71 - V5.3 This is my first truck and looking to lift it. found a good price for Rough Country lift kit - 3.5 inch BILSTEIN 5100: https://psp.ae/product/bilstein-performance-shocks-15/ Rough Country KIT: https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-suspension-lift-kit-275-8.html Many people been complaining about how cheap the rough country shocks are, so I was thinking is it possible to install Bilstein 5100 shocks kit on this kit? or would they not fit into these? This way I would lift the truck + level it + have some what better shocks I thought about selling the Rough Country shocks instead Your thought and experience are much appreciated!
  5. RE: 2014 - 2018 Silverado/Sierra 1500 Wondering if any one has installed Readylift or Cognito UCA's with their leveling kit. Did you have to cut off the service perches/bump stop? If not have much clearance do you have between the UCA and the stop?
  6. I’ve got a question for the group. Someone else has probably already posted so if there’s a thread someone can direct me to, that would be great as well. I installed a 2” motofab leveling kit with 285/55R20 Toyo Open Country LT tires. I’ve had an alignment done and even checked again. Something with the handling of the truck just doesn’t seem right. It almost feels like the steering is over compensating to a small degree or just a little sloppy for a new truck at speeds above 60 or 70 mph. Is there something else that should be checked besides the alignment or corrected?
  7. Hey guys, I know this topic has probably been beat to death, but I was hoping to take it a little further. I have a 2015 Black Sierra Crew Cab with a 2" level. I'm going to be getting the BFG AT KO2's soon, and am trying to decide between the 275/60/r20 and the 275/65/r20. I think the 60's are 33" tires and the 65's are 34" tires, both with 10.8" width. I understand that both will fit fine. I would be very grateful if some of the guys running these tires/sizes (or even other tires) would be able to post some pics on this thread for comparison. I've seen some great looking trucks with those tires but can't decide between the two!
  8. This is my 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 LT. I have gone in and out of this vehicle adding, changing, modifying, making it a better vehicle for my personal preference. There are things like, lift kits, spacers, shocks, speakers, center console, tint, intake, exhaust, train horn, after market lighting, switches, ect. that have been added to this vehicle. I work on all vehicles even diesels and side by sides and will help you with your projects. If you have any questions regarding help, how to, or what I have done, please PM me and I will certainly help you through any process. Building vehicles has been a passion for me and I will help you achieve your goal as I continue to achieve mine. I am open to all questions.
  9. Hello everyone, new guys here. I've had my 2014 Sierra 1500 SLE extended cab 4x4 for a few years now. I've done a few cosmetic upgrades, but nothing big. 2" leveling kit, plasti dip wheels and emblems plus some other minor projects. I'm getting new tires for the winter season coming up. I walked into discount tire and the guy took a look at the truck and suggested 285/70/18 size tires (I know very little about tires). My question is will they rub? I've seen a few posts on here talking about spacers and cutting. I'd like to avoid cutting at all costs. Thanks for the help
  10. I cannot decide between 275/60r20 and 285/55r20. I am looking at getting the 2" RC leveling kit for my 2015 Silverado regular cab. RC website recommends the 285/55r20 but it looks like the 275's should fit fine as well, but not sure. two main questions. Do the 275/60r20's cost less? will the 275's kit ok with the 2" RC leveling kit?
  11. I just bought a 2016 1500 crew cab Silverado 2 wheel drive and want to put a level kit on it, but I have no clue which one to buy. I know it has steel arms not aluminum. Juts not sure what size to buy and which brand is the best.
  12. I am trying to figure out what is the largest tire i can put on my truck is, its a 2000 silverado 1500 , the truck will have. A rough country leveling kit with new keys and shocks as well as blocks. Currently i am running 2015 silverado wheels on it (18s) i am looking to get new tires in the future after the leveling kit along with 2" hub centric wheel spacers. I would love to run 33x18x12.5 but i am concerned about rubbing. I am not affraid to get in there and do some trimming as long as it is not a ton. The tires i will be getting are atturo trail blade mts, has anyone had any experiance with this or issues or reccomendations, thanks
  13. Motofab front level kit (CH-2-LM). Fits 2007-2016 GM 1500 trucks. Goes between shock mount (lower) and lower control arm. New. Aluminum machined spacers. Some of the annodizing is scratched off. I decided to go with the 1.5" leveling kit instead. See pictures. $25 . Free shipping to US lower 48.
  14. From the album: 2014 silverardo Anzo Headlights

    My custom 2014 silverardo what do you think?
  15. From the album: mods

    2" motofab front level installed
  16. Hey all - so I have read almost everythingunder the level thread and suspension thread.. My question is which way (level vs suspension lift) will make my truck ride like almost stock - i drive mostly highway so i want a nice smooth ride (make fun all you want lol).. I will be using my truck in the fall and winter for hunting and ice fishing.. I am only looking for a 2-2.5" lift due to my parking garage only having a max height of 6' 6".... I have looked at the RC 2.5" level kit, but have also seen the bilstein shocks and the rancho quicklifts that can raise the front 2"... if i only want a 2-2.5" lift does it really matter which way i go? is there one clear cut winner for this?? I know price veries widely between all 3 options so im hoping to get feedback from you all - Thanks!
  17. I have a set of front coil over shocks with a Polyurethane Daystar leveling kit. Just fyi, the studs on top of the shock were cut to put the new studs for the leveling kit spacer. I have the front coil over shocks and leveling kit for sale. you will have to purchase the nuts for the studs. The factory ones will not work. I am sure you can find a lock nut at any hardware store to fit studs. Asking $180 for struts and leveling kit. Am in Cumming GA northeast of Atlanta. These shocks and leveling kit will fit 2007-2015 Silverado's and sierra's. I will upload pictures later.
  18. After endless reading I figured I would reach out and just ask for help with what I'm looking for. I have a 2014 v6 sierra sle. I'm just looking for the off road look not planing on taking it off road or anything. I plan on going with 33 or 35 tires and 20inch rims here are my questions. I'm looking for an affordable lift kit. 1 Is it better for me to do RC 2.5 front 1 rear plus 1.5 zone body lift? VS 4 inch suspension kit? 2 in your opinion what's the best affordable suspension kit. 3 what makes it a full suspension kit vs a glorified leveling it? 4 Is RC 3.5 a real suspension kit? Thank you I'm new to trucks and the site. This is what mine looks like so far. Nothing fancy.
  19. Hey guys, I just purchased a new 2014 SIerra crew cab, it had a GM Dealer Level Kit on it and currently 18" stock rims. I am looking at getting some new rims (Black Fuels) and in 18". I was told it was cheaper to go with 20" rims instead. Wondering what other people might have done, i dont have any intentions on puttin on a lift kit. Im thinking BFG all terrain 285/65/20 (approx 32.6" tires) or should i got with 18" rims n tires with 33's?? please help where u can if anyone knows more about this. i dont want it to rub and i do tow a bout, drive alot of highway and go offroad. Thanks guys!!
  20. Here is a new Sierra Denali 6.2 with a 3" front and 2" Rear Leveling kit. Truck sits absolutely PERFECT! It is taller than a 14 2500HD, but not too "Lifted" tall. Ride did not change. Toyo Open Country AT-2 295/55 tires are the biggest tire that can fit without rubbing. The factory painted fender flares change the entire exterior of one of these GMC's. I hate the black. Installing amp and subs this week. Will try to post that as well.
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