i was wondering how you stop the upper control arms you are given with the kit from rough country from hitting the front swaybar links? i the tech said the truck is supposed to sit level, and i put the 2.5 add-aleaf in the rear, and the only way the control arms won't hit is if i lower the t bars seriously, and then the truck looks like one of the new chevy's, low in front, high in back. and i did cut the link bolts like they said. anyone with any brand of this kind of lift have these problems? thanks
I have this same lift on my truck, and I do not have this problem. In fact my control arms aren't even close to hitting the swaybar links! Are you certain everything is installed correctly? Perhaps you can provide a picture of the problem, and I could compare it with my truck and see if there is anything different.
check out the following article, where off road.com installed this same lift on a tahoe, maybe you will see something different. http://www.off-road.com/chevy/projec...in/liftit.html
1995 K1500 3"Suspension 3" Body Lifts 35x12.5x15's pro comp MT's on 15x8 Rockcrawlers 5.7L
Hey, look on the Chevy/gmc home page.Ther is a step by step article on the 2-3 Rough country lift on a Tahoe.It's called "TAKING IT UP A LITTEL " or something like that.It tells all the problems they had with the install.And some parts they had to re-engineer.If you're installing this kit yourself you really need to check it out.Ive copied it and attached it to this reply(I think)