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Do spindle lifts retain factory ride quality?


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2015 2wd Sierra

 

Currently I have the front lifted with a spacer+bilsteins on highest setting so of course it is very stiff up front. Trying to figure out the correct way to return to factory geometry up front so I can add coil overs and keep my ride quality. Truck right now is lifted 3.8ish inches and I would like to keep it there. Is there any downsides to a spindle lift, without cv angles to worry about.

 

https://www.americantrucks.com/chevy-max-trac-3in-lift-spindles-extended-brake-lines-0717-2wd.html

 

or is there no way around moving the lower control arm mounting point to fully fix ride quality?

 

https://zoneoffroad.com/products/45-in-lift-kit-2014-2018-chevygmc-silveradosierra-1500-rwd

 

 

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