Big changes for my Sierra. 

Well, I started off deciding to do a suspension refresh on the front. New everything. Inner and outer tie rods, steering knuckles, upper and lower control arms, sway bar links, CV axles, hubs. While I had everything apart. Some of the frame rust had to go. I bought myself a 40lb media blaster and got to using that along with a knotted wire wheel on a 4" grinder. Once clean sufficiently the frame was coated with Chassis Saver rust prevention paint. Time to put it all back together. Wait a minute though. You know, it's been bugging me since I put on the 2.5" Rough Country lift. Those shocks are just garbage and I wanted to really lift it. That's it. Time to order a 6" Superlift knuckle lift. It would ride on General Grabber 35x12.5 tires and Granite Allot GV8 wheels in an 18x9 with -12 offset. Shocks would be Superride by Bilstein. While at it. I got new front brake calipers by Powerstop. Also painted all of the new parts. Some just black with Chassis Saver and some I top coated with a dark cherry red paint.

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