Im looking to level my 2020 Tahoe

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i think one of the biggest issues, is HOW and what ANGLE people take the pic...just a side, level shot squared up is best of this info.

in all honesty, what you desire is what will be right. i prefer a slight forward rake that levels with weight. i generally try to stay no more than 1" higher in rear...this gives a nice leveled look, but allows for some weight
 

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i think one of the biggest issues, is HOW and what ANGLE people take the pic...just a side, level shot squared up is best of this info.

in all honesty, what you desire is what will be right. i prefer a slight forward rake that levels with weight. i generally try to stay no more than 1" higher in rear...this gives a nice leveled look, but allows for some weight
Totally agree.

i have my truck just under an inch higher out back. Looks perfect. Anymore and the ass end looks low imo.

i thought the 1.5” level was perfect for her denali. With the fox shocks its a little higher up front, which i didnt like at first but it is starting to grown on me. It definitely helps that there are air shocks for when the back gets loaded down….

But yes. Its all personal preference. ****, some goons like the back several inches lower lmao
 

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Be aware a premier may have auto level sensors and struts that set off dash lights. Also keep in mind if you actually 'level' the truck (put a level on your steps and get the bubble in the middle), the front will 'look' higher because of how the wheel wells are offset. I did 1.5" and .75" to fit 265.70.18s. And lastly, PLEASE re-aim your headlights when your done...
 

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I just purchased a 2020 Chevy Tahoe Premier, and would like to have in leveled. I'm not sure if I need a 2 inch or a 1.5 inch kit. I don't want the front sitting higher than the rear. I'm also not sure how big of tires I can run after having it leveled. It has the stock 22 inch wheels right now, and I plan on keeping them. If anyone could point me in the right direction or show me your set ups it would be greatly appreciated.
I did. 3 inch in front and 1inch in the back. But I’m running 17x10 welds but it came out clean I think. Simple
 

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Fresh off the jack stands. Leveling kit, it dropped maybe an inch but it might settle a little more.
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Be aware a premier may have auto level sensors and struts that set off dash lights. Also keep in mind if you actually 'level' the truck (put a level on your steps and get the bubble in the middle), the front will 'look' higher because of how the wheel wells are offset. I did 1.5" and .75" to fit 265.70.18s. And lastly, PLEASE re-aim your headlights when your done...
I love your black grille and red hooks! How did you match your headlight and fog light eyebrows?
 

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