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My son just picked up a 2015 GMC 1500 4x4, he is looking to level the front. I searched and didn't really find what I was looking for. He is looking for the cheapest route to go, it will be a pavement queen. He actually order the 2" RC that installs under the strut, but should he get the 2.5" instead? Which one levels it out the best?

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There is about 3-1/2" difference. Give or take a smidgen. Don't measure from the ground. Use the difference between the axle center and fender lip. If you use the 2" block and remove the rear leaf spacer you will be really close. 

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2 inch level kit leveled my stock Sierra just fine. You go much farther and you will run into front drivetrain failures if other changes are not made. They say 2 1/2 lift is the max you should go but 2 inch level seems to level the truck quite nicely. Also make sure to have the truck in for a alignment after the install.

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