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I had a torsion key leveling kit put on my truck, raised the front about two inches. Gave me a little more clearance for the front air dam and overall gave me the look I wanted. No other mods at this point besides the keys. Factory shocks, wheels and tires. I've noticed going over speed bumps, or any decent bumps for that matter, the ride on the front end sucks. I've attached a few pics. My guess is it's an upper control arm issue, but I'd like those with more knowledge to chime in and tell me where I went wrong here. I'm a novice with this stuff. What I do know is the look is great, but that's about it, the ride has suffered significantly. What do I need to do (besides going back to stock keys)? The truck is a 2019 GMC 2500 CC, short bed. Not sure how much that really matters.
Alright so need the help of GM trucks for this one! First off I have ready lift 2.5in torsion keys in the front of my 2004 silverado Z71 and they are pretty much jacked. I noticed that my 4x4 is catching oddly, its engaging fine and no warning lights. basically when in 4x4 and apply alittle gas on pavement it pulls side to side and the wheels are catching differently to the ground and shakes the steering wheel, it does this to dirt aswell
Getting extra lift after already having a lift kit
Sorry if I misplaced the topic I am new to the site and wasn't sure where to put this question. I have a 6 inch rough country lift kit for silverado Z71 2005 5.3L 1500. I wanna add a couple more inches for just a bit more height and a little better clearence so my 35s dont rub when im out bouncing around mudding. Id like to do it cheep but I need to do it right. I love my truck and need it for years to come. Would cranking the torsion bars up a bit and adding a leaf in the back do the job for me? I dont wanna start having stuff wear and need replaced up front so im really unsure of what to do. Any help is appreciated!