2009 Yukon Denali AWD AutoRide Lift/Leveling Kit Reccomendations

TheBiznisKitty

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I have a 2009 Yukon Denali AWD equipped with AutoRide. I am looking preferably for a leveling kit (front and rear) that is around 3” F and 2” R. I’ve read things about dropping transfer cases and shock extensions. If you guys have a specific leveling kit or parts you are using or would recommend or have any tips, please help. I’ve been researching for over two weeks now and still can’t decide on what to order. This is the current kit I’m looking at: https://thesuspensionspecialists.co...on-4wd-2wd-3-front-1-5-rear-leveling-lift-kit
 

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I have a 2009 Yukon Denali AWD equipped with AutoRide. I am looking preferably for a leveling kit (front and rear) that is around 3” F and 2” R. I’ve read things about dropping transfer cases and shock extensions. If you guys have a specific leveling kit or parts you are using or would recommend or have any tips, please help. I’ve been researching for over two weeks now and still can’t decide on what to order. This is the current kit I’m looking at: https://thesuspensionspecialists.co...on-4wd-2wd-3-front-1-5-rear-leveling-lift-kit
Welcome to the forum Sam.
 

Joseph Garcia

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Welcome from NH.

I cannot personally give you and thoughts on your specific question, as I have no experience in this area for these trucks.

Within about 48 hours of your post, you should have a number of responses from folks on this Forum. Folks here willingly share their thoughts and perspectives on just about any topic for these truck.
 

01Konvict

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If you want to push a 3” level then just get the rough country 3.5” kit and ride height extensions. The little diff drop shouldn’t cause any front driveshaft vibration. I can’t say it won’t because angles change and I haven’t rode in one yet. Otherwise stay 2” or 2.5” with upper arms.
 

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