Spent WAY too much time researching ride quality of 3" proper lift vs. 2.5" front:1-2" rear level kit for my 2015 LT Tahoe. Suggestions?

JoeyTheStang

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2013 Yukon Xl Denali with a 2.5 inch in the front and 1 inch in the rear suspension max leveling kit. Tuned with long tube headers.
Does your Denali have the Z55 auto ride? If so, what did you do about the leveling sensors.
 

nick14226

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Spent WAY too much time researching ride quality of 3" proper lift vs. 2.5" front:1-2" rear level for my 2015 Tahoe. Bought new 285/60R20 Toyo AT2s and hoping for best fit and ride. Never ridden in a lifted whip. Suggestions?
Have you seen a 3” proper lift kit somewhere? I only know of the 4” BDS, the rest are 6” plus as far as true suspension lifts go.

Then there’s rough country / fabtech 3.5”, readylift 4” (like I have), etc. But those are the “budget” type lifts, taller leveling kits with diff drops and control arms
 

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agreed, in most cases upto 3" is considered leveling...once you go 4", you can start to find relocation brackets to maintain suspension geometry. for me personally, i felt like 2.5 was pushing...but after tons of measure ments, and cycling the suspension...it seemed to be fine.

once i take over the DD duties, it will probably go 4"
 

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