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Timbren GMFK15CC - Front Axle SES Suspension Upgrade

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Anyone with a plow put this on their truck yet?




After talking to Timbren it sounds like it was designed for the standard suspension trucks not the AT4 or trail boss so I'm curious about measurements on it and if it will fit. As I understand it they are on back-order until tomorrow or Monday then will begin shipping again. They said once I get it installed to measure the distance from the bottom of the rubber spring to the top of the upper control arm if it is not sitting on it and they will be able to send me a spring up to 1.5" bigger. They said depending on how GM installed the 2" lift for the AT4 it still may fit like it is supposed to. 


Anyone willing to go out to their truck and measure the distance from the hole here on the frame to the top of the upper control arm for me? I've marked it out in the photo below. (Not At4 or trail boss)


Thanks in advance!



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I installed a Snowdogg MD75 on my 2020 diesel.  I'm going to do either the OEM 2" lift or the Icon stage 1 before I go with timbrens.  The sag when I lift the plow isn't too bad

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