Forgive the newbie question but I have tried the search and couldnt find the answer. It seems that the green keys would lift the truck up to darn near level if not past. Is anyone lifting the rear up also?
My concern is that there isnt much of a rake now, if I use the green keys it will be sitting perfectly level. Then throw a trailer on there and it will be nose high. I was just wondering what folks do for the rear.
<font color="blue">Whats the real answer here ? Do you need the green keys, or is it the same to crank the T-bars 10 turns. And is it the same with bilsteins on both ways. I heard so much back and forth, can some one finalize this for me THANKS </font>Edited by: BlueCrew 04 D/A SB GMC
Creech they are Superlift brand and they come with the blocks, u-bolts and everything you need. I picked them up at a swap meet yesterday. They were new in the box and i was thinking about 1" blocks anyway so I bought them. I may change my mind and not use them though. Undecided!
Ok, newbie here, familiar with cranking up the bars (did this on my Z71 gasser), but what are the "green keys"? Where do you get them and how to install? I did notice my Z71 rode rougher after I cranked the bars 3 turns to make it sit level. Max on that truck was like 5 turns--could not imagine cranking 10 turns!
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