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2014+ Leveling Kits

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For that price I'd do the Bilstein 5100 shocks and level it that way.

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This is my plan. Have been calling around and so far between local shops, chains, and custom shops theyre saying around 450-550.

 

I got a cpl more places to get ahold of though.

 

 

1 question i do have is .. whats the difference between RC and Pro Comp besides the $100 proce differencr. Is Pro Comp or any higher priced brand a better quality?

Never seen pro comp but over 100 for a spacer and bolts seems nuts. I'd look at motofabs kit. 50 bucks for lower spacer and solid aluminum. Instructions were good as well.

 

I'm amazed they charge that much, you could probably drive to me for less haha. Should try to find a local member willing to help and buy him a case of beer.

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Just got a call back from the shop down the street from my work, asking 365 for labor/alignment. Much better than the $500 places.

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Just got a call back from the shop down the street from my work, asking 365 for labor/alignment. Much better than the $500 places.

I'm confused is this for a leveling kit?

 

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I'm confused is this for a leveling kit?

 

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Yes

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Got my RC 2" front level installed yesterday.

 

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Got my RC 2" front level installed yesterday.

 

Before:

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Nice. Did you do anything to the rear?

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Nice. Did you do anything to the rear?

Nope not at all. Just the front plastic bottom mount spacer from rough country. Sits much better than it did before.

 

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Nope not at all. Just the front plastic bottom mount spacer from rough country. Sits much better than it did before.

 

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Ok cool i dont think i wanna do anything to the back if i dont have to so thats why i asked. Thanks for the reply

 

 

I wonder why I paid so little on my installation? I seriously paid $150 for it.

 

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Guess really just depends where you live. Montana, especially where I live is expensive. I have found a shop for $300 though so thats better. Id love to find somewhere for 150 even 250, but i think 300 is cheapest ill find and i dont have any friends that could do it

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Debating whether to go with RC level kit or bilstein ride height adjustable. Is there a big difference in handle either way I go to justify the extra expense of the bilstein shocks?

 

 

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Do you guys know if a 33x12.50 tire can be run on the Silverado with just a leveling kit?

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2016 Silverado LTZ Z71.


OEM GM 20x9 +24 offset wheels. Clear coated PVD Black Chrome.


Nitto Terra Grappler G2 285/55-20.


Bilstein 5100 Ride Height Adjustable shocks on highest setting. No rubbing. No trimming.


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2014 Lt 3.5in Rough Country, 305-55-20 Destinations, 20x9 Moto Metal 970,

What offset did you go with on the 970s, +18 or +00

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