Reviewed By Curt l (BILLINGS, MT) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Silverado —3/31/2016 7:19 AM
This is an excellent kit. It is very rugged and will hold up to all the abuse I think I can through at it!
Reviewed By joseph c (Grand Island, NE) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Silverado —9/29/2011 2:18 PM
Pictures in the directions were not very clear. make sure you keep the old hardware with all the nuts and bolts handy had to reuse a lot of the old nuts and bolts. The lift kit looks great and rides good. did not fit with the factory wheels that had a 5"backspace had to make 3/8" spacers to get clearence on the tie rod and upper control arm. To almost 30hours for two people to install.I previously had max cams up front to get a 2" level. now that the skyjacker kit is in the back is 1/2" lower than the front. would recommend 3" rear blocks (installed kit on a 2005 chevy 2500hd with duramax. Lots of grinding on front dif. to make it fit right.)
Reviewed By David P. K (Kiel, WI) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Silverado —7/18/2006 12:45 PM
After installing the Rancho Lift in our truck, we are very happy with the way it looks. But, installing it was not exactly as cut and dry as they say. Rancho really needs to clarify the install of the subframe as cutting the fins off of the front differential housing (DOES NOT) give enough clearance by the lower control arm bracket. You have to cut off the bracket no matter what to make it fit with enough clearance as to not have anything hitting. Also, the front shocks are only about a 16th - 1/8 inch away from hitting the factory bumper stop mounts. Other than that, it is a good system and does make the truck looks nice. Some tweaking always needs to be done!