Re: What do you guys think of Superlift lifts?
Nope RCD doesn't make a 9" lift. Full Throttle Suspension and California Super Trucks do, though. The CST kits looks MUCH Stronger, though. The lower front subframe bracket on the Superlift is weaker than the RCD at 6". It doesn't take much leverage to make it move unlike the RCD. HOWEVER, in defense of SuperLift....Only SuperLift, Trailmaster, Full Throttle, and CST make a Kit for the Silverado that restores the FACTORY CV Joint angles. And Those are the ONLY kits that DO NOT require the FINS on the Front Differntial that are there to provide strength to be SHAVED OFF. Thus making those 3 the most expensive kits due to the replacement drive shaft. My CV's aren't at any extreme angle, but I won't adjust the torsion bars at all. A Superlift kit can easily be adjusted to 7" with no adverse affects. The RCD and SuperLift kits have the same amount of torsional adjustment, but the RCD at 7" would be a painful sight for a CV Joint. Figure out where you are gonna drive the truck and how you are gonna drive it. Then make your decision. My truck sees lots of mud and is running strong at 91,000 miles.
00 Silverado Z-71. RCD 6" Suspension-PA 3" Body. 35x12.50 Procomp Tires on 16x10 KMC Tanks-Chrome (Why polish wheels all weekend)
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