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I have a 2019 GMC Sierra Elevation which I have just raised 2 inches using the ReadyLift 2.25 inch lift blocks in the rear and Bilstein 5100 shocks for the AT4 front and back.  On the front I used the middle height adjustment slot which raises the front about 0.55 inch higher than stock.  I have 40mm of rake at the moment with this setup.    These Bilstein's are a huge improvement from the Rancho's that it came with from the factory.  The ride is firm yet comfortable and the vehicle is a lot more stable with less body roll.  The back sits firmly on the road and does not bounce and 'tail walk' from side to side over the bumps like it did with the Rancho's.  I have a section of road that I drive regularly and the difference is very noticeable.  Knowing what I know now, I would have changed shocks the first week that I bought the truck.

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