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What type of 2 or 3 inch rear block with 2 in RC Level?

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I am getting ready to purchase a level kit for my 2012 Crew Cab 4x4 Sierra, I am leaning towards the RC 2 inch simply due to the price. With the $64.99 kit here what type of rear blocks would be best to sit near level, or a little up in the rear due to light towing. Is this even the best RC level option? Very rare for me to tow something real heavy. I was looking into ReadyLift 2.25 inch and my mind made up I was going to go with it, but it is almost $200 more here. That seems crazy for .25 inches. Does anyone have any other reason the ReadyLift would be a better option. I know they are reliable but the RC seems to be just as reliable based on all the other posts. I also know there is a difference in the material, but no one has seemed to complain or had something bad happen with the RC.

Does anyone have the 2 inch RC and a 2 inch block or 3 inch block? How much higher does the rear sit than the front?

I have read many of the other similar posts, but It is really hard to decide based on someone saying it looks great…. If you guys have pictures please post. Thanks!

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