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JBski

3" CST Lift 2019 Sierra 1500

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Hello, new to the forum. Recently purchased a 2019 Sierra 1500 SLT and I'm enjoying seeing everyone's trucks on here. Trying to figure out what to do with mine. I would like to go a little higher than just leveling but still fit in parking garages. 

 

I have the front 2.5 coil-overs arriving this week to level it. My understanding is that I could raise the front up to 3" with these coil-overs and add new UCAs and new rear blocks to get a 3" lift. Anyone running a CST setup like this on a Sierra? if so, would like to know wheel and tire setups. 

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I’m looking to do something very similar but on my silverado. The Silverado can fit 35ish tires but with the odd wheel wells on the Sierra I would be safe to say a 34” would fit nicely. 

 

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Following because I have been looking to do the exact same thing.. lol with my sierra. Slightly concerned with the angles without a diff drop but others on here said its not a problem for the angles on the axles. UCA's will definitely help for a portion of concern but doesnt solve the diff.

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On 10/9/2019 at 10:00 PM, jordanl010 said:

Following because I have been looking to do the exact same thing.. lol with my sierra. Slightly concerned with the angles without a diff drop but others on here said its not a problem for the angles on the axles. UCA's will definitely help for a portion of concern but doesnt solve the diff.

CST guys said it wouldn't be an issue as long as I add the UCA's if I go to 3" in the front. I'll see what it looks like with just the coil-overs around 2" and decide from there. Still trying to decide on wheels and tires. 

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