Superlift raises the bar once again.
The Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 1500 trucks are pretty capable in their own rights, but they're being outsold by the Ram 1500. Nevertheless, they're still great options and will likely only get better when the new models arrive. In the meantime, you can always upgrade the 2019 and 2020 variants with this lift kitfrom Superlift. It adds six inches of ground clearance to the pickups and has been over-engineered to ensure longevity.
As Superlift has been around since the seventies, the company really knows what it's doing. Thus, when Superlift says that its kit "can withstand the most challenging terrain", we're inclined to believe it.
The comprehensive kit is comprised of new front strut spacers, front CNC-machined steering knuckles, a 1/4-inch plate-steel control arm cross member, new rear blocks, differential drops, a diff skid plate, and of course, new U-bolts. Based on your preference for brands and performance, you can then select upgraded shock absorbers from either Bilstein or Fox, with Superlift also offering its own set.
According to the company, the kit can be installed at home as the instruction manual is reportedly very detailed. That said, it's not a direct bolt-on, and you will need to break out the grinder and the drill to fit the kit.
It should be worth the effort though, as you can fit a 35-inch tire without messing up the original alignment specifications or the standard CV axle angle parameters. However, you will need to fit at least a 20-inch or larger aftermarket wheel along with a 4.5-inch spacer on each corner of the truck.
It costs between $1,260 and $1,576 for the kit, with free shipping in the lower 48 states. If you'd like to send your truck in the opposite direction by bringing it closer to the floor rather than further away from it, Superlift has experience in that department too.