Show off your 2015+ leveled Tahoes and Yukons!

Discussion in 'Lifted Supension - Z71 & 4x4' started by Frogman32, Oct 22, 2016.

  1. Msuforeman

    Msuforeman TYF Newbie

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    How much rougher does it ride? I'd like to do the same to my wife's 4x4 SLT but don't want the ride rough. Hers in on 22s if that makes a difference.
     
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    I drove the truck around on stock tires and the front level for about a week or two and didn’t notice any ride difference. Rear coil spacer made the ride a little harsher I thought (longer shocks might recover that). It’s not so much the level that impacted the ride quality so much as the tires and I went with a standard-load tire over E-rated in an attempt to preserve ride quality and fuel economy.

    I expect that your ride will be based almost solely on your wheel/tire choice. In retrospect I could have achieved a similar look by adding only a 1.5” spacer in the front. I really only raised the rear to account for being loaded down with passengers and cargo.
     
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    1.5" level up front on mine. I didn't notice a ride difference, same as stock. I didn't want mine to ever be higher in the front than the back so I stayed at 1.5" and it's been great.

    When the shocks need to be replaced I will probably go with adjustable ones up front to get the same level instead of using the spacers.
     

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