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ryoung035

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New member here.. Yesterday, I decided to trade in my 2015 GMC Sierra and bought a new 2020 Sierra 1500 SLT 4x4.. Was considering buying a new Ford, but couldn't pass up a loaded out SLT for $14,000 off sticker price.  I am looking into a leveling kit.  I had a 2" Rough Country kit on my old truck, and it rode terribly.  Super rough.  I can't believe how smooth this new truck rides and I do not want to lose that.  I have seen threads on this forum of the 1.5" motofab, but noticed it still has a slight rake.  Anybody have pictures of a 2.5" motofab level they are willing to share?  And also if it affected the ride quality.  Any input on this would be great.  Thanks guys.

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Good choice!

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Let me know when you swap rims, If your near me ill drive to pick them up/pay for them.

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I I bought an identical package in Summit White.

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1 hour ago, TVelar said:

Looks like you got 4x4 with the premium plus package? 

Just the Premium package. Didn’t see the need to pay more for more tech features I don’t care for. 

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2 hours ago, graystonelbz said:

very nice truck....after the 14000 off was it around 44,000?

Yep ended up being $43,200

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Looks good, I wouldn’t change a thing. But I guess I’m in the minority, the only time my truck is level is when I’m towing. 

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1 hour ago, ryoung035 said:

Yep ended up being $43,200

That would have been $60K+ here in Canada.

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I have the exact truck but 19

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that's very well done.....did you have to pound them to get it or fairly easy?

4 hours ago, ryoung035 said:

Yep ended up being $43,200

 

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If you want a good quality "leveling kit" i would look into fox or king adjustable 2.5 coilovers and a new UCA to go along with it. You got such a great deal on the truck you can splurge a little bit on the components to make sure you have the best of the best and it'll be more comfortable than stock. Maybe throw some new matching shocks on the back while you're at it.

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