So you've got yourself a 2019-2022 Silverado or Sierra, huh? They're pretty sweet trucks; we've got one for our shop truck right now. Well what if you want to lift one? Turns out there are all sorts of great kits available for 2019-2022 GM trucks, and we sell a bunch. Let's figure out what you need so you can get lifted ASAP.
2-wheel drive, 4-wheel drive or all-wheel drive?
This is the basis for all of your decisions from here on out. See, some of our kits are for all three flavors of drivetrain. Others are only for 2-wheel drive trucks, and some are 4-wheel drive only.
Why does it matter? Well 2-wheel drive trucks only put power down to the rear axle. 4-wheel and all-wheel drive trucks have axles up front, too. That means you'll potentially need different parts to handle the transfer case and axles. All those parts cost extra, so make sure you have you find out before you order anything.
How high do you want to go?
Not everyone wants to build a completely skied vehicle. Maybe you just want to smooth out your truck with a front leveling kit or something similar, and that's fine, too. Start with that and you'll be in a good place.
If you want to keep the lift mild, consider the aforementioned leveling kit. It will raise the front of your truck up the appropriate amount and get it sitting physically level. It's a good way to keep your truck looking custom, and yet still mostly stock, while still being able to add some larger tires.
Once you decide to go bigger, start with something simple like this 5-inch lift kit for the 4wd AT4/Trailboss models. Want to go even bigger? This 8-inch kit by Readylift for your 4WD will let you run 37s, taking your truck up an extra notch above the competition. And that's just the start of it.
Go big(ger) or go home.
It's up to you to decide how high you want to lift your Chevy or GMC truck, but when you decide to pull the trigger on a kit, we're ready to take your order. Feel free to give us a call if you have questions. We're here all the time.