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I am looking to install a leveling kit on the front soon. I have looked at all the kits you can buy and I have installed a 2.5" Rough Country leveling kit on my Silverado a few years back. My question is: If I go with the Rough Country 2.5" kit, will the front sit higher than the rear? I want the front and rear to sit the same height. Do I need a 2.5" or a 2" kit to make it the same?
 

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I have a 2" kit from Hell Bent Steel and my truck is perfectly level at the wheel wells. 39.5" all the way around. I have a 2013 XLT with a 6.5' bed.
 
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Just installed a 2.5" Rough Country Level on my truck. Got exactly 2.5" and am sitting 1/2" up in front. If I was doing it over, I'd go with a 2" kit. No problems with the Rough Country Kit, it's just a little more than I wanted.
 

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Thanks for the feedback, seems like 2" is a good level kit for these trucks.

Just installed a 2.5" Rough Country Level on my truck. Got exactly 2.5" and am sitting 1/2" up in front. If I was doing it over, I'd go with a 2" kit. No problems with the Rough Country Kit, it's just a little more than I wanted.
 

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I did the 2.5" rough country in the front and the 1" blocks in the rear. 1/2" higher in back. Looks awesome
 

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Looks like a 2" leveling kit would be better for me. Thanks for the feedback.
 

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I have a 2" kit from Hell Bent Steel and my truck is perfectly level at the wheel wells. 39.5" all the way around. I have a 2013 XLT with a 6.5' bed.
How big of a tire you running with a 2" kit?
 

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Did you spray your lower panels with bedliner or plasti dip? (Doesn't look bad if you did, I like it and am curious)

Set up looks good!
 

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Thanks
 

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Just got mine back yesterday. 2" rough country, 35x12.5x18 General Grabbers. 18x9, 5.75BS, +18Offset Method Double Standards. Had to do some minor trimming, but nothing noticeable unless you stick your head in fender well. Hope this helps. View attachment 6215 View attachment 6216
Nice man. I Wish I had a 4x4 bc I love the look of a lifted truck uploadfromtaptalk1389968455404.jpg

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Just got mine back yesterday. 2" rough country, 35x12.5x18 General Grabbers. 18x9, 5.75BS, +18Offset Method Double Standards. Had to do some minor trimming, but nothing noticeable unless you stick your head in fender well. Hope this helps. View attachment 6215 View attachment 6216
Grey,

Can I get some pics head on and from the back. I went with the same tires/wheels, and I curious to see how far they'll stick out.
 

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