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What is the best Levelling Kit??


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Most people on here go with the rough country one. Don't know of anyone that has used the rancho one. Some on her have gone with the bilstein leveling shocks and seem to be happy with those. I went with the ready lift leveling kit as it offered a bit more height and gave me more of a "poor mans" lift when i combined that with larger rear blocks. Some on here have also gone with Fat Bobs garage levling kit and seem to like it also.

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I've heard good things about the rancho. That's what I was considering as well. It's just so much more expensive. i just decided to go with the RC kit. Saved a lot of money and love it so far. It seems like a majority of people use the RC or something like it, like the Fat Bobs kit.

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I had the top gun customz and I liked it a lot it was 2.5". Its a two piece kit a lower that willl lift it about 2" then a .5" spacer on top. I found the 2" still left the front a little low so I put in the .5" and it sat a tiny bit high but wasn't noticeable unless you are OCD like myself. But if you have the money you can do the rancho, I love their products. Of course if you want to go all out you can buy new fully adjustable coil-overs from either Camburg, Icon, King, etc...

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I put a 3 1/2" leveling kit in my sierra 1500 and 2" blocks in the rear and it ended up giving me 4" in the front and 2" in the rear and the truck sits bang on level and had identical truck to compare with at that time and took em both for drives on rough backroads and on washboard and then on the highway and was still same comfy ride like always in these gm trucks so i was very pleased to not have to sacrifice that and trucks sitting side by side it sure gives iit a mean look compared to the stock truck and made it start looking like a real truck instead of a city wagonpost-129717-0-29401300-1396922447_thumb.jpgpost-129717-0-51297900-1396922390_thumb.jpgpost-129717-0-82228000-1396922511_thumb.jpg

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Wow, you can say good bye to your ball joints and CV joints with that much of a leveling kit, your CV axles have to be at a real steep angle. You can really see the top of your front tire leaning in as I said your front end is not going to last long.

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