Chevrolet Silverado Sierra 1500 2WD Full Lift Leveling Kit
Properly lift and level your Chevy truck with our Chevrolet Silverado Sierra 1500 2WD full lift leveling kit. This is a complete aftermarket build-your-own suspension lift kit consisting of your choice precision machined front spring spacers, rear steel tapered lift blocks, and steel u-bolts with grade 8 hardware. This kit is designed to level the front of your vehicle with the rear and provide the easiest and most effective way to put larger tires on your truck without spending a ton of cash.
All contents of this kit are made in America by American Automotive and manufactured from only the finest materials. Each item is thoroughly tested for supreme quality, top-notch performance, and strict road safety requirements. Select your preferred front and rear lift heights, ranging from 1.5” to 3.” Front spring spacers are available in black, blue, or red to truly customize your ride. The escorting u-bolts are square bend to match mating components and can be trimmed for different applications.
FITMENT: 1999-2006 Chevrolet Silverado Sierra 1500 6 lug 2WD; 2007 fits 'Classic' only
Front: 2.5” and 3”
Rear: 1.5”, 2” and 3”
COLORS: black, blue, red
DESIGN & QUALITY:
Spring spacers: Heavy-duty US carbon steel for durability and a better fit. Anodized coating is corrosion resistant and gives a more impressive look.
Lift blocks: Coated heavy-duty steel for extra durability and include the right taper to correct pinion angle.
U-bolts: Made of cold drawn certified 1541 carbon steel OEM factory material with grade 8 hardware.
Square bend. For rear axle. U-bolt color may vary.
KIT CONTENTS: 2x precision laser cut carbon steel front spring spacers, 2x rear steel lift blocks, 4x certified carbon steel square leaf spring axle u-bolts with hi-nuts, security spring washers and installation instructions
INSTALLATION: 2-4 hours
TECHNICAL NOTES: Spring Compressor may be needed. A wheel alignment is recommended to ensure ride quality. Retighten u-bolts after the first 500 miles. Minor settling from new or repaired springs can cause a reduction in clamp force.