I'm getting a leveling kit for my 2007 NNBS Silverado. Is there any benefit to getting top of strut spacers such as Daystar over bottom of strut spacers like Rough Country? Do one result in better suspension geometry over the other etc?
They both work the same, one isn't going to give better geometry than the other due to the fact that they are doing the same thing. Just adding X amount of length to the strut. However some top spacers require you to cut the strut mounting bolts. IMO the top gun customs leveling kit is one of the best using both an upper and lower spacer to achieve 2.5" of front lift.
They will both have the same geometry. One isn't any better than the other. The bottom spacers are easier to install. At least that has been my experience on the ones I have done. But I have a top spacer on my truck.
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