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14 Sierra Denali with 3" Level and 295's


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Here is a new Sierra Denali 6.2 with a 3" front and 2" Rear Leveling kit. Truck sits absolutely PERFECT! It is taller than a 14 2500HD, but not too "Lifted" tall. Ride did not change. Toyo Open Country AT-2 295/55 tires are the biggest tire that can fit without rubbing. The factory painted fender flares change the entire exterior of one of these GMC's. I hate the black. Installing amp and subs this week. Will try to post that as well.

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