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Mammoth 2.50-Inch Front Leveling Kit (19-22 Silverado 1500)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Hey, guys, Adam here with Today, we're taking a quick look at and installing the Mammoth 2.5-Inch Front Leveling Kit Spacers, available for the 2019 and newer Silverado1500. You should be checking these out if you're looking to level out your truck's appearance getting rid of the factory rake, if you're looking to fit larger wheels and tires up to 33 inches comfortably at the front end of your Silverado, and if you're looking for additional ground clearance at the front end. Now, first and foremost, guys, fitting larger wheels and tires on your new '19-plus Silverado can be a little bit difficult on a factory suspension. Fitting up to 33s with an aggressive tire, like an all-terrain or mud-terrain can have some rubbing, especially if you're on that factory suspension. Adding 2.5 inches of space with this kit, in particular, from Mammoth will allow you to fit those 33s comfortably without any rubbing, no modification necessary.Now, if you're looking to fit up to 35s, you may need a little bit of a larger kit there on your Silverado to make sure you don't have to do any modifications. Otherwise, there may be some trimming involved to get 35s to fit. Now, our factory Silverado came with stock 31-inch all-season tires, so we'll be showing you guys what this looks like with the leveling kit on the stock tires, as well as some aftermarket 33s for reference. In addition to fitting larger wheels and tires on your truck, you'll also have the ability to level out your truck's appearance, hence leveling kit. Now, this is going to give your front end 2.5 inches of height to match the rear, leveling out the truck's appearance making it more even. Now, your truck came with what's known as factory rake. Rake means that the front is sitting lower than the rear to help with towing and hauling applications. But a lot of truck owners don't like the look of that and want a more even appearance, and that's exactly what you get here with the 2.5-inch kit.Now, if you have some front-end accessories that weigh down your front end, like an off-road front bumper that's fully welded steel, you may want to upgrade to maybe a 3-inch leveling kit to offset some of that added weight. In addition to that, you're also getting front-end ground clearance. Now, your ground clearance off the factory line with a stock suspension isn't very impressive. The front bumper has a pretty low lip that hangs down, so adding 2.5 inches of gap up at the front end is going to bring that up to get you over some of these smaller on and off-road obstacles you may not have otherwise been able to go over.Finally, guys, the kit here is made from a CNC build aluminum spacer that's also got a black anodized coating on top to help with corrosion and oxidization resistance. It's going to last the long haul and it's an extremely durable material. Comes with brand new studs that'll help hold it to the truck. Your factory studs on the strut is going to help hold the spacer to the strut itself, and there's new nuts, of course, included in the kit. Now, the physical spacer here measures in right around 1-5/8 inches. This in combination with the changes in your suspension geometry and spring compression will result in the final 2.5 inches of height. The physical spacer does not equal the final lift height. Once it's installed, all things considered, 2.5 inches is what you get here with this kit.Now, the kit comes in right around 100 bucks, making it a pretty affordable way to level out your truck. And the install I'm giving two out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter. Anybody can tackle this in the driveway at home with pretty simple hand tools. It's a little bit more involved than, say, a cold air intake, but there's no permanent modification required like cutting welding or drilling. I'm going to walk you guys through that entire process. It'll take you about two, maybe three hours from start to finish depending on your experience. What do you say we get started? Tools used the install include an air impact gun, cordless impact, 1/4-inch ratchet, 9, 10, 13, 15, 17, and 21-millimeter deep sockets, 17 and 18-millimeter wrench, 14 and 18-millimeter ratcheting wrenches are recommended, hammer, and a pry bar.All right. First step here once you get your wheels out of the way and your vehicle supported up in the air, we're going to start removing our ABS line bracket. There's one here on the knuckle and one on the upper control arm. Grab a 10-millimeter socket and get those off. Now, what I like to do is once you pop that off, I like to just put the bolt back on just so we don't lose it. Just a couple of threads and then do the one at the top. Next up, we're going to remove our sway bar end link. Now, this is a pretty difficult one. You want to have a couple of specialty tools here, not necessarily specialty tools, but specific tools. What you want to use is an 18-millimeter wrench. Put that on the nut here on the back first, then you're going to grab a 1/4-inch ratchet and a 9-millimeter deep socket and hold that stud on the back end. And you're going to ratchet this guy off like this instead of ratcheting the nut, just because it's a really tight space. So, using the 9-millimeter on the stud itself, you can start to loosen it all the way up and remove it.All right. Once you have that nut backed all the way off, pull the end link out of the sway bar, and then I'm just going to put the nut back on the stud. Next, we're going to tackle the upper control arm to the knuckle here by removing the 18-millimeter nut. I'm going to use an 18 ratcheting wrench for this. Now, if it gets to the point where the entire stud is spinning, you can put this guy in there, follow it up with the appropriate size Allen key, and hold that stud steady. All right. Making life easier here because this is starting to get stuck, we're going to switch over to a T40 Torx socket. And using my ratchet, we're going to hold that stud steady and ratchet this guy the rest of the way off. There you go. And what I like to do is just take the nut, put it right back on the stud.Next up, switch over to a 21 deep socket and get the tie rod end off. All right. We may need to grab a hammer to knock this guy loose. Once you have that knocked loose, let's pull that guy out. And just like the other ones, I'm going to put this nut back on. Next up, switch over to a 15 deep socket. We're going to get the two bolts holding the bottom of the strut to the lower control arm off. All right. Next step, grab a 14-millimeter ratcheting wrench, we're going to remove the top three nuts holding on the strut here. That's going to be the last step before the strut comes out. There are two right here in the front you can easily see, and one deeper in the back, which is difficult to see, but you're just going to hit these two and then repeat for the one in the back. Once you break it loose, you can usually get it off by hand. Okay. Repeat that for the one in the back. All right. From there, pull this guy down and set it aside.Next step here, what we're going to do is take our studs included in the kit along with our spacer, we have our factory struck from the driver side on our table, you're going to take these new studs and you're going to thread them through the bottom of your new leveling kit. Now, the spacer has these new studs installed, which are going to help hold the strut to the truck. Your factory studs on the top here are going to hold the spacer to the strut itself. All right. So, once we have those threaded in by hand, we're going to grab an 8-millimeter hex socket and tighten these guys down. All right. From there, what you're going to do is take the spacer and you're going to drop it onto the factory studs. Now, it only goes on one way. So, if it doesn't line up, just rotate and keep rotating until it drops into place. There we go. Grab the new nuts included in the kit, and you're going to tighten them down to hold it together. Next up, what you want to do is take a 17-millimeter deep socket along with the new nuts included in the kit, and I'm just going to use that socket to help thread these guys onto the factory studs. Just a little bit to hold it in place, and then we'll tighten them down. All right. Grab your impact gun or your ratchet, tighten those guys down. Okay. And now, this is ready to go back in the truck. All right.Next up, we can take the strut assembly, set it up into place. Okay. Grab one of the factory nuts, you're going to put it on one of the studs just to hold it in place. All right. Next up, we're going to bolt up our strut to the bottom on our lower control arms. Now, I already have one bolt through. I'm replacing the factory nuts, those nut clips with actual nuts, a 17-millimeter nut here and a washer just because the factory nut do tend to get mangled on the way out. Ours did bend. So, I'm just going to replace them with a regular nut. With that said, I have one side in place already. You're going to take the other bolt and go right in through the bottom. You may need to use a hammer just to tap it up through enough to get the threads showing. All right. Once you have the threads through enough, you can put your nut on or if you're using your factory ones, you can do that now as well. It depends on their condition once it comes off. Now, we can tighten these down.Next up, we lowered our truck down to the ground and jacked up our lower control arm in order to line up the upper control arm ball joint stud with the knuckle. And you might want a pry bar for this next step to pry down on the upper control arm in order to get it to seat. This alone can be pretty tricky. You want to get that down enough so that you can get this nut back on that stud. All right. Now, you can tighten it down. All right. Next, grab your 18 ratcheting wrench and your torque socket again and tighten this guy down. Next, we can do our tie rod end. Grab the nut off, rotate that, seat it, and tighten it down with your 21. Next up, we can seat our sway bar end link back into the sway bar. All right. And if you remember, we used a 9-millimeter deep socket on a ratchet, along with the 18 wrench to tighten that down. All right. Next up, we can focus on the three nuts at the top here. We've already got the back one installed, do the two in the front. Of course, it's all the same thing. So, you're going to install these guys if you haven't done so already and then tighten them down with your 14. All right.Last but not least here on the driver side, we're just going to put our brake line brackets back on. Take that 10-millimeter off, mount the line back on the knuckle, put the 10-millimeter back on. All right. Grab your 10 socket and tighten down. Same thing at the upper control arm. All right. At this point, you want to research your torque specs, torque down all the bolts per your vehicle's torque specs, repeat on the other side, and you're good to go. That's gonna wrap up my review and install for the Mammoth 2.5-Inch Front Leveling Kit Spacer, available for the 2019 and newer Silverado 1500. Get yours right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Front Leveling Kit - 2.5-inches
      • Corrects Factory Rake for a Level Stance
      • Increases Front Ground Clearance
      • CNC-Machined Aluminum Strut Spacers
      • Black Anodized Finish
      • Straight Forward - Bolt-on Installation
      • Fits 2019-2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Models


      Eliminates Factory Rake. A Mammoth Leveling Kit will raise the front of your 2019-2022 Chevrolet Silverado by 2.5 inches to eliminate the original factory rake. This Mammoth Kit will not only level your Silverado, but it will also increase the front end ground clearance as well.

      Quality Construction. These Mammoth Strut Spacers have been CNC-machined from aircraft-grade billet aluminum for superior strength and durability. Mammoth then completes its Leveling spacers in a durable, black anodized finish for good looks and long-lasting corrosion resistance.

      Straight Forward - Bolt-on Installation. Mammoth designed its Front Leveling Kit to be a straight forward, bolt-on install with no cutting or drilling required. With all the necessary hardware included, this Leveling Kit can be installed in about 2 hours time.

      Application. This Mammoth 2.5-inch Front Leveling Kit is specifically engineered to fit 2019-2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 models.


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      What's in the Box

      • (2) Strut Spacers
      • (6) M10x1.50 Bolts
      • (6) M10 Lock Nuts

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