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2016 Sierra 2500hd stock height(front)

2016 Sierra 2500hd stock height(front)

Postby MVA25 [OP] » Feb 15 2020, 3:41am

Does anyone know what the stock height for the front of the 2016 Sierra 2500 hd 6.0 l is? I understand every truck is different, but I’m looking to get at least a ball park figure. Thanks.
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Re: 2016 Sierra 2500hd stock height(front)

Postby 19trax95 » Feb 15 2020, 3:43am

My 15 measures around 38" up front iirc. Little different being a diesel but shouldn't be much different if any.
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Re: 2016 Sierra 2500hd stock height(front)

Postby MVA25 [OP] » Feb 15 2020, 12:08pm

Thank you. I’m assuming that’s a measurement from center of the hub to the bottom of the fender, with 20” rims?
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Re: 2016 Sierra 2500hd stock height(front)

Postby MVA25 [OP] » Feb 15 2020, 1:11pm

Correction, that’s from the bottom of the wheel to the fender?
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Re: 2016 Sierra 2500hd stock height(front)

Postby 19trax95 » Feb 15 2020, 1:42pm

From the ground to the bottom of the fender lip, centered over the wheel.

Not the best way to measure I'm sure but it gets an idea. That's with the stock 20s and stock 265/60r20 tires
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Re: 2016 Sierra 2500hd stock height(front)

Postby MVA25 [OP] » Feb 15 2020, 2:08pm

That’s what I’m looking for with your current setup. Thank you!!
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Re: 2016 Sierra 2500hd stock height(front)

Postby 19trax95 » Feb 15 2020, 2:23pm

I will double check today though. But I'm pretty sure it was right at 38"
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Re: 2016 Sierra 2500hd stock height(front)

Postby MVA25 [OP] » Feb 15 2020, 2:30pm

I think a more accurate way to measure is center of the hub to the bottom of the fender. But, either way is fine. I appreciate it!
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