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Gentlemen(and ladies), Will it look goofy to put a front end leveling kit on my Colorado with the stock wheels and tire? Thats my question. It's hard to see in the pic, but there is substantial rack in the vehicle when sitting on level ground.
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It’s gonna look like it should have from the factory. I liked how mine looked for a couple months leveled out with factory tires. I eventually scored a set of Zr2 wheels and tires which looks better because they’re a little taller and have side biters
 
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Guess it depends on how much of a level you’re going to go with. My opinion 2” on stock tires looks a little funny but 1.25”looks fine.
 

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I did the 2" level and still have the stock wheels and tires. Think it looks fine and like what @MrCamo said, how it should have looked from the factory.

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Yup- looks just like it should.
 

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yea go for it......your not gonna see that big of a difference to start with.....if it bugs next time get bigger tires...
 

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I went with 1.25" on my 2021 , looks fine.
Did you go with the Zone leveling kit? 1.25"?

I have a 4x4 2017 and the rake measure is exaclty -1.75" at the front. I want a level look but I dont want to see the hood nose while I am driving so I was thinking either the 1.5" from TRUXXX or the 1.25" from ZONE...
 
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