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15 hours ago, SuthrnZ71 said:

Congrats looks bad ass!  How does it drive compared to your 15?  Is parking it about the same?  I had read its longer but maybe that is just in the seating area and less engine space?

i think it handles better...the truck is def larger overall but coming from a full size crew to a short bed crew the differences there arent seem to wash out. visibility seems increased. and between the factory lift and wheels the biggest differnce is the height and i LOVE that part.

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9 hours ago, 1997_GSX said:

Had my 19 LTZ for little over a month now. Kinda miss my 15 rode better with the add a leaf and 9” suspension lift.

Get rid of the factory Ranchos and it will Ride better.  :thumbs: 

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