Show off your 2015+ leveled Tahoes and Yukons!

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

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    Took this beast to the snow to test out the 35” Toyo M/T’s. Amazing performance!
     
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    Debating on whether to install suspension max 1.5” level or tough country 2”.

    will my front still be slightly lower with the 1.5” and completely level with 2”?
     
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    Yea, pretty much. If you want it perfectly level by measurement (will look slightly nose high at times) your gonna want the 2”. If you want it to “look” level and not nose high, then get the 1.5”.

    I am curious why you would switch companies for the 2”?
     
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    mikeb3408 TYF Newbie

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    Thanks, sorry my installer initially quoted me the 2” rough country, and I didn’t realize they had a 1.5”.

    Any preference on which brand to go with?
     
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    Price difference? What does each kit entail? Spacers, shock extenders? Springs?
     
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    Be sure to Take some measurements of your own vehicle before pulling the trigger on a leveling kit. I have a 2" Level on mine and it's about half an inch low from being perfectly level, but a buddy installed the same Level on his ride and it's about half an inch higher than the rear, so every vehicle is going to be a little bit different.
     
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    @Tiki What did you decide to go with?
    Just got the wife a z71 Tahoe and can’t decide which tire size to go with the 2.5” motofab level.
     
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    Just got back from the alignment shop. New 305/45/r22 Nitto Terra Grappler G2. Fox coil overs (right at 3” of lift over factory), fox 2.0 shocks in back. 1” rear lift spacers. Xingeering mrc delete. Airlift helper bags tied to factory compressor.
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