I just posted the pics of the leveling job from cutting the rear springs. Ill have a lot more/better pics up tomorrow.
Just convince her a truck that is lowered is easier to get into, get kids in and out of (if you have them) and being that its lower, tech has the possibility to get better MPG because less air is going to be getting under it reducing drag
my wife keeps saying she likes the look of the stock suspension the best, but i think it's because she doesn't want me to waste money or break anything haha. i can't wait to see pics of yours finished.
thanks for the quick reply and link to the grill thread. that's what i was looking for!
i've read a lot about a 2" or 2.5" leveling kit in the front messing with CV angles and the wobble in 4x4 and everything, i was wondering if leveling the back would cause the same issues. let us know how it works out!
My grill is home painted. It held up freaking awesome so far and was cake. If you have a plain color (like white like mine) do it yourself. I think I had $40 into it and even the guys at the dealership couldn't tell me of it was a sport grill or painted
As far as the picture, it's stock suspension (I'm 4wd). The truck was pointing nose down the hill and shot uphill, a lot of it is angle and illusion. I am actually cutting my stock springs this week to lower the back end ~2" to level it nicely, I'll start a thread when I get that done
congrats on your recent member of the month win. your truck looks super nice man, really clean. did you do a grill swap (like a sport grill) or paint match the grill yourself? in the pic of you standing with the truck is that the stock suspension height or did you do any kind of drop/leveling kit?