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Just so I understand leveling a truck 2017 Silverado 2500HD correctly, as a lift kit is not an option. I’ll be changing the stock 20” rims and going with aftermarket tires and rims with an A/T tire. Possibly 33” to 34” x11-1/2” wide. i don’t do any off roading, and towing. City and highway driving is all I do. Just so I understand all the reading I been doing. I crank up the stock keys about 1-1/2”, don’t go to far otherwise the ride starts to get effected. Just don’t go max. If the height isn’t reached, then by new keys with the index off set. UCA’s help with the gimble angle, bump stop issues. Will these help with a smoother ride? I’m looking at Cognito, Kryptonite. Shocks like the Bilstein 5100 with shock extenders seem to be popular. They are stiffer then stock, but make the truck feel not every bump on the road, and help smooth out the ride. Is their a better shock for city/ highway driving for the 2500’s? before spending $1k on leveling the truck, I just want to make sure this is the correct way. Im after the smoothest ride, with a aggressive look, long term lasting. I bought the truck new, and it only has 12k miles, we plan on keeping the truck for a long time. We love the truck. Right now I’m running all 4 tires at 50psi. It was shaking our teeth out at 70psi Looking to buying something quickly so I appreciate any feedback