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JSW74

GM 2 inch lift part numbers???

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9 hours ago, DogMom said:

Thank you. I just want to level the front without forfeiting ride quality or warranty. I contacted Chevrolet a while back to see if installing the front only would hold the same warranty as the full kit, but they didn't have an answer.

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they cant void a warranty unless they can "prove" your aftermarket part caused the damage......since it is their part your using I am guessing that will be tough.....I wouldn't worry about it

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On 3/4/2020 at 9:16 PM, lapoolboy said:

Ok, the struts are part number 84535467.  Stock coil springs are reused. 

 

So the lift comes from the longer strut?  Could 2wd owner install the front struts, retain the coil springs and essentially get a factory 2in leveling kit?

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4 minutes ago, blipit said:

So the lift comes from the longer strut?  Could 2wd owner install the front struts, retain the coil springs and essentially get a factory 2in leveling kit?

Yes, they actually make a factory 2" lift kit for 2wd trucks.

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So the lift comes from the longer strut?  Could 2wd owner install the front struts, retain the coil springs and essentially get a factory 2in leveling kit?

Lift Suspension Upgrade System for 2WD Vehicles

Part No. : 84649982

https://accessories.chevrolet.com/product/lift-suspension-upgrade-system-for-2wd-vehicles-84649982?year=2019&make=Chevrolet&model=Silverado%201500&modelId=491&body=Crew%20Cab%20Pickup&bodyId=22&wheel=Short%20Box&wheelId=651&trim=RST&trimId=4962&drive=4WD&driveId=8&engine=5.3L%20V8%20GAS&engineId=2059&bodyNumDoors=5




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6 minutes ago, pewterliftedz said:

Yes, they actually make a factory 2" lift kit for 2wd trucks.

Yeah, seen that kit.  I would suspect their would still be some rake.

 

Figured using the oem front 2" lift struts would accomplish same thing as the RC 2" leveling strut kit.  For less money and use oem parts.

 

https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-leveling-struts-500065.html?find=2020-gmc-sierra-1500-2wd-481244

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On 3/4/2020 at 9:44 AM, JSW74 said:

Im looking for the part numbers to the struts that come in the GM 2 inch lift (trailboss).

the entire kit has the part # of 84629787 , I simply wanna install the front portion of the parts and not lift the rear.

I located the cv axles which are 84554912 and are $171.87 per gmpartsdirect.com  but I cannot find the struts. If anyone has the strut part numbers that would be great. this is all going on my 2019 rst z71

Rancho RS66310R9 just released a front leveling kit that does not require cv axles rs66310r9_1.jpg

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That rancho setup is slick! 

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That rancho setup is slick! 

I agree. I have it in my cart. Think I might just pull the trigger.


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Meh. 30 year old valving technology. 

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yeah I  think theirs better options than the ranchos for sure....and still inexpensive

 

and the GM kit doesn't require new CV axles....you can run em just like any other leveling strut....they just have em available and it comes in their kit.....not bad idea and you can buy them seperately

 

Eibach is probably best leveling strut currently....belltech makes one too but not familiar with them, see them in a lot of lowered vehicles

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