I am interested and I have the same truck...different color.Here is mine. Cognito UCA leveling kit, tires and wheels should be in next week.
Yes I used the cognito uca's, shock extenders and keys. Mine doesn't have the Z71 package so it doesn't have the rancho shocks, and I have mine cranked quite a bit so it is a little stiffer ride but not bad, I actually like it because when I come to a stop the front doesn't feel like its nose diving like it did stock.I am interested and I have the same truck...different color.
So you used cognito uca's, shock extenders and cognito keys?
You keep the rancho shocks? Does it ride like factory?
Thanks for the info.
That is why I am going to level in rear with drop shackles. Not going to mess with the front suspension. Not going to lift, level, or crank torsion bars up front, absolutely love the way the front feels. Going to remove overload spring in rear to help out the rear.I got the ready lift keys, not sure why, and cranked them. Truck rides like crap now. I'm looking at getting the cognito ucas and spacers. I may try out different shocks later unless someone can offer some insight. I def. miss the stock ride.
Thx bud. So you also used cognito uca's, cognito shock extenders and cognito keys?Mine is a Z71 and I left the Rancho shocks on it. Rides like factory. Cognito UCA's and spacers are what allows you to keep the factory ride. Stock keys can be used to level as they do have the ability to lift enough to level. If it was stiffer i would have changed it back. After market tires may make a difference, they made the ride stiffer and a little noiser on my last truck.
I looked at mine and noticed the keys were over cranked. The ucas were sitting on the metal stops. I cranked them down an inch and the ride is much better. I still only have 3/4 of an inch gap between them so I'm thinking Cognito ucas should fix that. My rough ride was caused my losing all my drop out when hitting holes. The stock keys will work but you will have the adjustment bolts run in far and have more exposed thread possibly causing them to break although unlikely. I think with the new ucas the ride will be back to stock feel.That is why I am going to level in rear with drop shackles. Not going to mess with the front suspension. Not going to lift, level, or crank torsion bars up front, absolutely love the way the front feels. Going to remove overload spring in rear to help out the rear.