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|01-25-2013, 07:13 AM||#1|
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Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Clovis NM
2010 2Wheel Drive Chevy 6" lift What did you use?
Like the post says. Going to lift a 2010 Chevy 2 wheel drive 6"s. Anyone done this? What kit did you use? What did you like about the kit what did you not like about it? Want to spend about $1500.00 to $1700.00 on a kit
I found one I think should work well. I'll post it up when I get to work.
This is the one I found:
Got to get back to work this playing around isn't paying the bills.
Last edited by Elcaminoman; 01-25-2013 at 07:44 AM..
|01-25-2013, 10:12 AM||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: san antonio
what a lot of guys are doing on the nnbs is putting a 4 inch lift with a 2-2.5 inch level kit on so it will equal out to 6 inches. that or the rough country 7.5 inch lift is pretty popular and suuuper cheap.
i personally have a 2.5 inch level kit and 33s on my z71 4x4. but from what ive read...fabtech makes really good stuff. if you value the ride quality...dont put that add a leaf in, just do a 4-5 inch block. the difference between the front and rear always differs between 2-3 inches on the nnbs so thats a trial and error kinda deal. after i put mine in...the ride quality went way down. added payload which always comes in handy
procomp makes a really good product too, there havent really been any complaints on any of the major brands. just be prepared to trim a little.
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