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Installed the Motofab 2.5'' top spacer for the front this weekend. Before installing the measurements were 37.75'' in front and 39.75'' in the back measuring from the ground to the bottom of the fender. Initially after install the measurement up front was 40.25'', but after driving around and letting the suspension components settle it evened out to be perfect at 39.75'' all around.

 

I put rear blocks on my last 2013 Sierra and after about 2 years I was back to the ''raked out'' look that comes from factory. I'm going to opt out of putting blocks in the back this go around since I assume that it will continue to settle a little over time. With just this I have more than enough room for 35's on the factory wheels without out doing control arms and trimming.

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On 8/16/2019 at 8:24 PM, rmkmb said:

2” front level ,1” rear block

285/60/20 Toyo’s

 

 

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Hey there. Any issues with rubbing with that setup? I want to do the exact thing.   I see ur in a parkade. No clearance issues? What type of leveling kit did u use?

Thx.

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2020 AT4 with readylift SST front lift only, 295/60R20 ridge grapplers, 20x9 +1 offset fuel vandals. Mud flap mod will get rid of the rubbing. Only rubs at full lock in reverse. 
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I’ve been thinking about this size of tire but wasn’t sure how bad it would rub with my 1.5” level. Got pictures of your mud flap trimming?

Tire and wheel Combo look great on that truck.
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3 hours ago, brianc636 said:


I’ve been thinking about this size of tire but wasn’t sure how bad it would rub with my 1.5” level. Got pictures of your mud flap trimming?

Tire and wheel Combo look great on that truck.

Thanks dude, I'll take some pics after I'm done. 1.5 I think would be pushing it. The SST lift got me almost 2" and it's a significant rub but not on the frame itself. Just removing the mud flap bracket got rid of it but I still want more clearance. 

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Here's mine.  2020 GMC Elevation with 2" AT4 OEM lift.  I wasn't happy with the feel of the front Ranchos so I replaced them with the Rough Country 3.5" lift struts, which gives me an additional 1.5" for leveling.  

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Didn’t want to start a new thread and I’ve had trouble finding this online. Does anyone know what the factory front coil spring rate/weighting is?

 

I’m leaning towards the King coil overs for suspension upgrade and leveling. Coil options come at 600lbs (which I’m leaning towards) or 700lbs.

 

Im just curious how they compare to factory stock oem rates, if they’re 600 lbs too or if it’s less. Thx!

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