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GM 2 inch lift pictures? (Non-Trail Boss)


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I know I can just look at photos of a Trail Boss but I'm still interested in seeing anyone who got this lift done.  Also curious of the experience you had?  Was it what you expected?  Did the dealer do a good job?  Anything you would have done differently?

 

Thanks in advance.

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48 minutes ago, Porterhouse said:

If you don't have a truck yet this one is for sale in North Carolina now

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Thanks for the heads up but I already have a 2019 RST crew.  Thinking of getting the GM lift for it.  

 

Sorry for the multiple questions.  Did it all come in one box?  And was there paper instructions included?

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Ordered it off eBay from a gm dealership. My local dealership installed it without any issues. I'm not an avid lifted truck guy but it rode and drive fine to me.

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What did they charge you for installing the parts? Last, in comparison to the OE ride, did it change at all?

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I paid under 1100$ delivered for the kit. Around 400-500$ for install. It rode about the same but to me it felt a little lighter in the a$$ end. Especially around a curve if for example there was some gravel in the road. Many people bash the ranchos and upgrade to bilstein shocks to remedy this I believe.

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I paid under 1100$ delivered for the kit. Around 400-500$ for install. It rode about the same but to me it felt a little lighter in the a$$ end. Especially around a curve if for example there was some gravel in the road. Many people bash the ranchos and upgrade to bilstein shocks to remedy this I believe.

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On 11/2/2020 at 7:31 PM, SilveradoRST said:

I know I can just look at photos of a Trail Boss but I'm still interested in seeing anyone who got this lift done.  Also curious of the experience you had?  Was it what you expected?  Did the dealer do a good job?  Anything you would have done differently?

 

Thanks in advance.

I have it on my 2020 Sierra SLT.  Rides same as oem.  If I could go back, I’d have just done a larger aftermarket lift for the same cost.  2” isn’t very noticeable. 

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I'm considering the GM 2 inch lift but it seems a bit expensive. Are the aftermarket alternatives for a 2 inch lift, including a 2 inch level plus 1 inch block in the back. really that much lower quality that the cost is worth it? I like the ideal of the factory warranty and all the components but want to make sure I'm not missing something.

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