Lifting 2003 Yukon Denali

westcoast

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I know this is an older thread but do you know what the lift is on this truck? No way is it just a 6" procomp. This is the exact setup im looking for.

This truck was built by my co worker, it is a 12" full throttle lift with 39" Irocks on 20" wheels. It was built back in 05 and he sold it to someone 2 years later who unfortunatly rolled it and his brother died.
 

DONALD PERKINS

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U CAN USE ANY YUKON OR TAHOE LIFT KIT U JUST NEED TO GET THE FRONT DRIVE LINE MODIFIED WITH A DOUBLE JOINT SO YOU DONT GET VIBRATIONS SINCE ITS SPINNING ALL THE TIME
 

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6 inch lift by Pro Comp with 35 inch tires






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http://www.roughcountry.com/Chevy_99-05_6EXin.htm - 6 inch lift with 35s





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15 inch Full Throttle Suspension
6" Rough Country lift....35" Mickey Thompson's MTZ....20x12 TIS Wheels....Snow 4.jpg
 

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to fit 33s your gonna need keys and spacers. Ford F150 keys will give you 2-2.5"s. Spacers range anywhere from 1 to 3"s. I would go with a 1.5" spacer.

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"Ford" keys? Are you saying "stock" F150 torsion keys will give me the 2-2.5" lift? I have a 2001 Yukon XL and looking to lift it so I can run 285/70R/17"'s. The offset of your wheels looks great. What wheels and what offset are you running?
 

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"Ford" keys? Are you saying "stock" F150 torsion keys will give me the 2-2.5" lift? I have a 2001 Yukon XL and looking to lift it so I can run 285/70R/17"'s. The offset of your wheels looks great. What wheels and what offset are you running?
I have a 06 Yukon XL Denali on 285/70/17 (stock wheels) cranked the stock torsion bolts 6 full turns each side. Z71 rear coils off rockauto.com for like $75 and I went with KYB monomax all around to delete the failed auto ride shocks. Rides great and doesn't squat too bad when towing.
 

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