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Just picked up a 2019 chevy silverado lt z71 trailboss. I have been looking around at leveling kits and don't know what to get. I'm down to two options which are the 1.75 inch readylift level with new control arms. I also saw a guy install the 2 inch sst lift from readylift and only installed the front half of the lift which made it appear to be leveled. What do you guys think is better and has anyone else done either of these 2 kits. Or has anyone installed a kit that worked well for your trailboss.
 
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Just picked up a 2019 chevy silverado lt z71 trailboss. I have been looking around at leveling kits and don't know what to get. I'm down to two options which are the 1.75 inch readylift level with new control arms. I also saw a guy install the 2 inch sst lift from readylift and only installed the front half of the lift which made it appear to be leveled. What do you guys think is better and has anyone else done either of these 2 kits. Or has anyone installed a kit that worked well for your trailboss.
I have the 1.75 RL.

It was a dealer installed option with factory warrant. I wanted to keep the auto 4WD option.

No issues or concerns with the RL. I have King coil overs on order but is more related to the Rancho shocks than the RL kit.
 
I have the ReadyLift 2” front 1” rear. It still sits a little higher in the rear which is ok since I tow stuff. Very happy with the RL kit👍
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I only had 1.5" RC leveling kit installed by my local Chevy dealer. Stock UCAs ,will change at some point. (I don't do any off roading so not too concerned). I also bumped to 35x12.5x20 .
 

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I only had 1.5" RC leveling kit installed by my local Chevy dealer. Stock UCAs ,will change at some point. (I don't do any off roading so not too concerned). I also bumped to 35x12.5x20 .
did you have to do any trimming with the 35s
 
I have the 1.75 RL.

It was a dealer installed option with factory warrant. I wanted to keep the auto 4WD option.

No issues or concerns with the RL. I have King coil overs on order but is more related to the Rancho shocks than the RL kit.
do you have any photos?
 
do you have any photos?
Driveway photos slopes towards the garage door so it looks like the front is higher than it is. Basically level on flat ground.

286/65/20 on KMC. No spacer, right rubs slightly at full lock in reverse.

RL kits says 35” will fit. I tried 295 and they rubbed hard.
 

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I Installed the ready lift 2". I also added the Bilstein 5160 and 5100 shocks and struts. I did add the blocks in the back since I have all the weight with the decked system and rack with RTT. To combat the rear sag with all the weight I added the Supersprings and the sumosprings systems. I am running 294/70/18 tires with this setup.
 

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Nice setup. I wish I added the Bilsteins when I installed the ReadyLift.
 
I have the ReadyLift 2” front 1” rear. It still sits a little higher in the rear which is ok since I tow stuff. Very happy with the RL kit👍View attachment 3906
Did you lose the 4wd auto. I’ve heard u can’t use it. I wanted the RL 2” but was also looking at zone off road UCAs which only gives u like 1.25” lift. I also ordered Bilstein coil overs and rear shocks already. Can I use this with RL kit?
 
Hey, Did you ever get a response? Or were you able to use the bilsteins? I want to order a zone or readylift 1.75 kit but want to make sure i can run bilsteins as the stock ranchos are crap
 

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