Reviewed By BILL S (ALLEN, TX) Reviewed for a 2015 GMC Sierra —4/16/2015 1:13 PM
Airlift bags require frame drillin, stones do not.
Reviewed By Timothy R (Hanover, MA) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tundra —4/16/2015 7:03 AM
I had a mechanic install my leveling kit. The kit required front-end realignment, but no other changes were needed. Visually, the truck is more balanced, and the wheel clearance will be nice if/when I upgrade the tires. I'm glad did this.
Reviewed By Mike K (Gypsum, CO) Reviewed for a 2009 Ford F-150 —4/15/2015 9:12 AM
I installed the front and back myself in about 2 1/2 hours. Was fairly easy to do after watching an instructional video on YouTube. This setup was optimal for me; all new shocks and the ability to level out my truck without adding more suspension components that were not necessary. Love the look of my truck now that it is leveled out. The shock and/or attitude of my truck is on and off road, turns and response is night and day difference from the stock shocks.
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