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I just bought a 2016 1500 crew cab Silverado 2 wheel drive and want to put a level kit on it, but I have no clue which one to buy. I know it has steel arms not aluminum. Juts not sure what size to buy and which brand is the best.

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Got mine off eBay for about $55. It's a Summit Performance 2.5" in the front only and leveled it out pretty good. Didn't get the full 2.5" though, maybe 2" or so but after measuring it is pretty level. I like it.

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