Reviewed By RICHARD J (CALEXICO, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Econoline —8/22/2017 2:00 PM
ALL GOOD EASY TO USE. INSTALLATION WAS OK WITH MANUAL
Reviewed By Erickson A (DULCE, NM) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Silverado —8/22/2017 10:47 AM
Purchased leveling kit on sale,approx 50 below original price so had to take a chance and buy and am quite pleased with product. It delivers what was posted on product, nice factory ride and gives me what i wanted without having to spend too much $$$.
Reviewed By Matt L (CONROE, TX) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota Tundra —8/18/2017 5:29 AM
Installed 5100's on all corners. Bilstein struts on mid-setting along with (2) Coachbuilder (CB) shims on each side. Raised front 2.25". Also installed Toytec shackles and raised the rear 1". Truck is more responsive, firmer, but not overly stiff. The truck's ride is awesome compared to the factory suspension. No alignment issues and all numbers in spec.
Find out how high should you go when it's time to lift your truck.
Whether you’re looking for extra ground clearance or rugged style, lifting your rig is the way to do it. But, do you opt for a lift kit or a leveling kit? Here’s the lowdown on everything you need to know before making your buying decision.
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Adding a few inches to your rig isn’t just stylish, but it’s also practical, especially if you’re big on off-roading. Even if your main territory consists of long expanse of road, a lift or leveling kit can improve your driving pleasure. Find out whether leveling kits or lift kits are the better option to get the results you’re looking for with this handy article.