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First time poster here. I have been looking a lot at a mid-travel chase kit from Bajakits for my 2015 Silverado double cab midnight edition. All the options look good but from what I can guess I will probably lose some towing capacity when is comes to tongue weight and max payload. So I am considering installing airlift suspension down the road to gain that loss back. I am curious to see if anybody here has done it before and what, if any, fitment issues were and how much the different suspensions interfere with each other's performance. And if you have never done this before I appreciate any and all input based on your thoughts and guesses. Also, if you have any experience with the maintenance of either of these products, that input would be greatly appreciated
I have a '14 Double Cab RWD and am looking to go into a mid travel pre-runner setup. I wanted someone with experience to look at my build list and let me know if I will be OK running 35" tires in the rear. I know the fronts will fit with fiberglass fenders but I really, really didn't want to glass the bed. Here's the build details: Front: Mazzulla Mid Travel Kit (Upper and Lower A-Arms) Link (2-3" of lift with coilovers) Mazzulla Spindles Link (3.5" or more of lift) King Coilovers FiberwerX Fiberglass Fenders Link Rear: Deaver Minipack J1 Link King Piggyback Shocks 4.11 Yukon Rear Gears (Stock 3.42) Method Race “NV” Wheel - 17x8.5 0mm Offset 6x135 35x12.5R17 Tires N-Fab RSP Pre-Runner Bumper Front So, based on that info, I know the fronts will be OK clearance-wise with the 35's, but will the 2" lift from the deaver mini-pak have enough lift to prevent issue on the rear axle?