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does the truck have the auto level or auto ride feature..... some of the suburbans have a option (depends on yr model) where the truck levels itself...has sensors and electric shocks that auto adjust to height based on vehicle load.
 

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I did keys and shock extenders on my wife's 07.5 2500. Front sits .25" lower than rear now. Ride was unaffected as far as I could tell... But I leveled it the first week I had it so no real time for comparison
 

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I'm pretty sure mine doesn't have the auto leveling, not 100% but haven't seen any sensors around the shocks and stuff
 

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2008 suburban 1500 4x4 ltz, sits inch or two lower in the front than rear, just wondering if I can raise the front without buying a kit( like torsion bars on the trucks), or if I have to get a leveling kit?
 

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2008 suburban 1500 4x4 ltz, sits inch or two lower in the front than rear, just wondering if I can raise the front without buying a kit( like torsion bars on the trucks), or if I have to get a leveling kit?
IMHO, If you don't have the Autoride feature (RPO Z55) and if you want to do it right, get a proper leveling kit with UCA's, you will also most likely need front shock extenders and/or longer shocks. Your stock keys should be fine.
 
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