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  1. Introduction
    I couldn't find a thread, but I have a 97 C1500 ecsb 2 wheel drive. I'm wanting to eventually do a 4/6 drop and get adapters to run vette wheels on it. I want a squared set up. No staggered fitments. Same wheel size and tire size on all four corners. I'm wanting to know if a 18x10.5 with a...
  2. Lifted Suspension & Offroad
    Ultimately this is up to you. There is a solution no matter what you choose. However, in most cases, people tend to want a more aggressive setup when buying aftermarket products. So as a blanket statement, a lift is usually the better modification to start with even though for a while you may...
  3. Lifted Suspension & Offroad
    Figured we could help plug you guys on some lift kits that we consider to be our top 4ish haha. Curious if anyone else has any other brands that are their favorite that we didn't list? ----> Top 10 6" Lift kits
  4. Lifted Suspension & Offroad
    NBS 1500. Looking to upgrade my rear-end suspension to increase off-road performance without having to do any modifications to my frame. Current plan is to start fresh with a new main leaf from michigan truck spring (3 leaf 22-1567 ), add a deaver J-1 mini pack to get a "semi-progressive"...
  5. Street Suspension
    Will this fitment work without rubbing
  6. General GM Discussions
    i recently just put a new 6 inch super lift on my 2009 gmc 2500 and it’s not sitting at the height it should. I have the keys maxed out and it’s only a 1/4 inch higher the the rear which still has the 3 inch blocks. The lift came with 5 inch blocks but I can barley even get it level with the 3...
  7. Lifted Suspension & Offroad
    Does anybody know if you can add lift knuckles to a 6in RC lift.
  8. Lifted Suspension & Offroad
    Hey guys, first time poster, brand new to the forums. So I just got a 2010 sierra 1500 sle 4wd that I'm trying to build into an offroad/overland rig. I can't seem to find much in terms of aftermarket support for this truck. I'm talking bumpers, suspension kits, bed racks, etc. Am I just not...
  9. Lifted Suspension & Offroad
    I was thinking and torsion bars are just springs and people usually replace their 15 year old coil springs so why don't people replace torsion bars? Is there any good reason or just cost inhibitive? If they sag and we just put keys on them wouldn't that just be like increasing the spring rate...
  10. Street Suspension
    I found 3” torsion keys for the front but I can’t find anything that is made for a k2500. If someone can help me with this problem
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