ReadyLIFT T6 Billet Leveling Kits Customer Reviews
11 Customer Reviews
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Lifting your truck’s front end might seem like a good idea, until that dark underbelly known as your suspension rears its ugly head. But now, there’s a way to lift your rig and keep its underside stylin’ with a flash of anodized billet—the ReadyLIFT T6 Billet Leveling Kit.
Crafted for your specific truck or SUV from premium T6 billet aluminum, this custom truck leveling kit is machined for a perfect fit. The direct bolt-on design requires no cutting or drilling, and your factory ride and alignment specs stay intact. Better yet, with a variety of bold anodized colors to choose from, your truck’s style gets a major boost.
Famous for crafting some of the finest truck suspension leveling kits on the market, ReadyLIFT includes top-quality 10.9-rated mounting hardware. Plus, each kit is crafted right here in the USA. And, ReadyLIFT backs your T6 Billet Leveling Kit with a Lifetime Warranty.
11 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Steven R (Saratoga Springs, NY) Reviewed for a 2009 Dodge Ram — Nov 22, 2013 5:13 AM
The kit accomplished the task and gave my truck a full two inch lift. It improved the stance of the truck and should help with the snow plow on/off process. Unfortunately, I spent the dollars to get a kit that was supposed to look good, too, but my truck has "helmet-like" steel shrouds at the tops of the shock towers that completely conceal the plates. Could have done the same thing for less, but too late now.
Reviewed by steven k (EL CAJON, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Nissan Titan — Oct 24, 2013 8:58 PM
The kit works great, instructions were a little rough, never said possibility that you'll need to remove the lower control arm. But once it was installed the kit changed the whole stance of my truck. Very pleased
Reviewed by Justin H (VICTORIA, KS) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford F-150 — Aug 04, 2013 9:55 AM
Before I bought this I measured from the ground to the top of my fender I was sitting 35-1/2" in the front and 38"in the back I now sit completely level at 38". The spacer block itself is only an 1-1/2 which worried me, but it does what it is says it does, 2-1/2 leveling kit. It comes with very good instructions and all the hardware needed. Make sure you realign you're truck after you do this, it well save your tires life. Great product, very impressed!
Reviewed by Cody B (ROCKWELL, IA) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford F-150 — Jun 21, 2013 8:10 PM
I put these on my 2006 F150. Had to get the 2.5" because I had high rise coil over shocks in the back. These still live a very slight rake to your truck to allow for pulling trailers and fit great. It took about 2 hours from start to finish to install. They are very stable and do not affect handling or body roll of the vehicle.
Reviewed by John M (Dewitt, MI) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — Mar 12, 2013 1:22 PM
This front end leveling kit arrived on time and works great for my 2011 Chevy Silverado 1500! Was an easy installation and gave my truck the great aggressive stance I had hoped for! Auto Anything staff are gret to work with also!
Reviewed by Tyler H (Houston, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Silverado — Feb 09, 2013 4:32 AM
I purchase the readyliftT6 Billet Leveling kit to level my silverado, but I also needed the front end lift to prevent rubbing the front bumper in the dirt when I went off road. This product is far more expensive than some of the other leveling kits but it's worth the money when it comes to quality and looks great in the suspension. The only downside is when you see the lift this provides your truck, your only going to want to go higher.
Reviewed by rodger J (LARKSPUR, CO) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tacoma — Oct 09, 2012 8:24 PM
This came out great! I used the ReadyLIFT Billet 2.25 inch front lift with a ProComp 1.5 inch rear block lift. The truck now measures perfectly level, sitting at 22 inches from wheel hub centers to the fender well, front and back. Getting the front struts out required disconnecting the torsion bar from both sides but not the frame, disconnecting the brake line brackets, and the sway bars at the spindle. Spacers for diff lowering were included. Good directions. Still has the factory ride.