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On 8/12/2021 at 7:00 PM, tootall4289 said:

Thinking about the same kit for my 21 Denali.  Let me know what you think about Joe after the install! 

It turned out great! Ride is identical to factory Denali . Lift is perfect height to look aggressive but not over compensating 🤣

 

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17 hours ago, joe hernandez said:

It turned out great! Ride is identical to factory Denali . Lift is perfect height to look aggressive but not over compensating 🤣

 

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Smitdog I can't answer ur question directly but I owe a 2013, I bought used that had some sort of leveling kit on it. I caught the itch to go high so I did. Bought the 7" Superlift suspension lift kit and installed it in my driveway. I'm no mechanic! But as a construction trades welder I had the tools to be confident I could install it and I did. RC price wise is the cheapest brand. That alone scares me just a bit. Ask as many knowledgeable people as you can. Body kits are very easy too. I shop at Amer. Trucks.

Good Luck!

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Got my 3.5” kit installed this week.  As others have said, ride is just like factory and gives me the stance i was wanting 

 

 

 

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I installed the 2in leveling kit from Rough country swapped the factory option AT tires for some BFG KO2s. I am happy with height, didnt have to cut anything, no wheel spacers. 

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