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Love the colour, and I know it's a work truck, but that dent would drive me nuts.
Yeah...so now that it's a semi retired work truck and I just put a lot of money into it, that dent now bothers me! My dad just gave me a PDR dudes contact info. Next pics will be after tint and dent removal!

The color was not my first choice, but it's Def grown on me. I spend a lot of time on the east coast roads and I've seen two dbl cabs.

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Here’s my 2017 leveled Silverado with 2” rear blocks. I was wondering what kind of rear shocks everyone is running or did you stay with stock. Seems like my truck bounces around quite a bit with the stock rear shocks.
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Here’s my 2017 leveled Silverado with 2” rear blocks. I was wondering what kind of rear shocks everyone is running or did you stay with stock. Seems like my truck bounces around quite a bit with the stock rear shocks. View attachment 825839
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Looking to put the Rough Country GM 2” strut leveling kit on my 15 Silverado. Won’t put anything on the rear, just the front. Will it be level or will the front sit too high?
 

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2" up front will make the rear sit higher. iirc 2.5-3" on these trucks make them pretty damn near level
 

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2" up front will make the rear sit higher. iirc 2.5-3" on these trucks make them pretty damn near level
I agree with this. Completely stock, my truck measures about 2.5-2.75 inches higher in back than front. So 2” level will still leave rear slightly higher than front. Others seem to be about the same.


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