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2015 Chevy Silverado 2.5 Motofab level and Toyo Mt 295/70R18 tires.  Got the truck back friday. 

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2 minutes ago, Jusaplaya said:

2015 Chevy Silverado 2.5 Motofab level and Toyo Mt 295/70R18 tires.  Got the truck back friday. 

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I got the motofab 3" motofab and got 285 75 18 (35")

4 minutes ago, Jusaplaya said:

2015 Chevy Silverado 2.5 Motofab level and Toyo Mt 295/70R18 tires.  Got the truck back friday. 

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On 12/30/2016 at 5:49 PM, CHowell1991 said:

I got my 2015 leveled yesterday with 285/75r18s on stock wheels. 2.25" readylift. e9fb32455eb6e7a1ab4290d687ba3600.jpg4f06d63c867457887ff070665de117df.jpg

 

 

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Do u have any problems at full lock?  My upper control arm is hitting something I don't know what. I think I need some wheel spacers to take care of that problem. I think I have a +30 range offset...........thanx

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19 hours ago, chevytruck116 said:

I got the motofab 3" motofab and got 285 75 18 (35")

Do u have any problems at full lock?  My upper control arm is hitting something I don't know what. I think I need some wheel spacers to take care of that problem. I think I have a +30 range offset...........thanx

 

I am only hitting the carpet on both sides at full lock.  I need to cut it.  That is what the guy who installed it said.  I don't think I have any problems with control arms hitting.  I only have about 150 miles on it and haven't scrubbed.  I haven't really needed to lock the wheels.  I had 63k on my factory tires.  They were shot.  These tires seem to ride really good.  I wish I would have did this sooner.    

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Just bought this 2018 and put 2" front Motofab lower spacer.

 

Tires are 275/60/R20 (33")

 

Love the new look.  Not sure on what to do with the air dam yet.

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19 hours ago, chevytruck116 said:

I got the motofab 3" motofab and got 285 75 18 (35")

Do u have any problems at full lock?  My upper control arm is hitting something I don't know what. I think I need some wheel spacers to take care of that problem. I think I have a +30 range offset...........thanx

All I had to do is just zipped tie the liner at the bottom...i have borla 2" wheel spacers and it made it worse rubbing on the cab corner. But when the 285 75 on truck wears down im putting those wheel spacers on and then I be drooping to 33" tire

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7 minutes ago, BKGarrison said:

Just bought this 2018 and put 2" front Motofab lower spacer.

 

Tires are 275/60/R20 (33")

 

Love the new look.  Not sure on what to do with the air dam yet.

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Take it off it will look soooooo much better. I took my off😁

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On 7/12/2019 at 10:23 PM, navyguy357 said:

I was quoted 400 bucks to level my truck. includes rough country 2 inch leveling kit, labor and alignment. Does that sound reasonable? I think i want the maxx suspension kit though.

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Might be a bit on the high side.  Figure the keys are roughly $100, add $75 for the alignment and an hour labor of $100 or so.

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Just bought this 2018 and put 2" front Motofab lower spacer.
 
Tires are 275/60/R20 (33")
 
Love the new look.  Not sure on what to do with the air dam yet.
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Did you get an alignment? What was the total cost?

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1 minute ago, navyguy357 said:

Did you get an alignment? What was the total cost?

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Did the work myself, $30 for the kit, $80 for alignment.  Toe needs to be adjusted after lift for sure.  My castor and camber were still good.  Took me about 3-4 hours, most of that trying to get the upper ball joint to let go.

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1 minute ago, navyguy357 said:

Did you get an alignment? What was the total cost?

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Yes u need an alignment ever time u do work to suspension when they did my it was like 60-70$ can't remember

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Yes u need an alignment ever time u do work to suspension when they did my it was like 60-70$ can't remember
what is better, 2" level or 5100 shocks?

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1 minute ago, navyguy357 said:

what is better, 2" level or 5100 shocks?

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I just have a motofab 3" strut spacer and then 2" rear block on my truck

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Do u have any problems at full lock?  My upper control arm is hitting something I don't know what. I think I need some wheel spacers to take care of that problem. I think I have a +30 range offset...........thanx



I actually traded that truck in on a new GMC All Terrain. The tire shop zip tied the carpet liner and I did rub slightly on the upper control arm at full lock. Nothing major that would cause problems but just a slight rub.


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6 hours ago, navyguy357 said:

what is better, 2" level or 5100 shocks?

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The Bilsteins are probably better just because they are a better shock than stock.  The way they lift the truck is functionally the same as spacers.

 

I chose to go with spacers and will replace the stock shocks once they are no longer good, or I want something better.  You can always put the 5100 on with the spacer, just set the 5100 to stock ride height.

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9 hours ago, BKGarrison said:

Just bought this 2018 and put 2" front Motofab lower spacer.

 

Tires are 275/60/R20 (33")

 

Love the new look.  Not sure on what to do with the air dam yet.

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Leave the air dam especially since you have the mud guards.  Hate to tell ya, but I didn’t have to undo the ball joint. Just the tie rod and shock.... looks good. 

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