eBay level kit help

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    I’m looking on eBay for a 2.5” front and 1” rear leveling kit for my 2007 Yukon Denali xl. Can someone send me a link to a good kit? Some many to choose from
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    They'll work fine. Pretty much all those kits are the same and the only real difference is the materials the spacers are made of. I have the same kit as that front one, just the 2" version and labeled as a different brand.

    Ideally, you would lengthen the height sensor links to compensate for the amount of lift. With my 2" front/1" rear lift, I didn't bother cuz my Autoride shocks are crap and the Autolevel air bags are blown. If I were to lengthen the links, I'd measure where the arms on the sensors are at stock height, then remeasure them after the lift and make up some new links from all thread rod that would put the sensor arms back to the stock height measurements. You can pop the ball socket ends off the stock link rods and screw them onto all thread rod. If you can't find all thread rod in the correct diameter, regular steel or aluminum rod that fits snugly into the socket end would work. You may need to super glue or epoxy the ends onto the rod. If you ever put the truck back to stock height or even lower it, all you'd have to do is bend your custom-made links into a "V" so that the socket ends are closer together and locate the sensor arms in their original, stock-height position.
     
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    Thank you! I’ll probably order it up tonight. Now to figure out what tire size I want. I seen someone with 295/60r20 on just a 2” lift
     
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    Gonna get some 275/60 bfg ko2....have some on my Silverado and they are quite nice so I’ll stick with those I guess
     
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