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Chevy Tahoe ReadyLIFT Suspension Systems

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ReadyLIFT SST Lift Kits Reviews

Would be nice if you sold the part that you need to install it!!

Reviewed By Tiffany C (Bolingbrook, IL) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Tahoe —1/5/2011 6:50 AM

The product I thought was a good price untill we found out that you need a special tool in order to install it!The tool costs almost as much as the lift kit and Auto Anything doesn't sell it! My recomendation is to by the lift kit with the tool in it it's a better price! Because we didn't know untill we had it all apart and no auto places have the tool instock or availible to purchase. We had to purchase it from granger even with our company discount it was still $150.00. I found the tool on Amazon for as cheap as $97.00 and even with overnight shipping it was still cheaper, but when I purchased it throught them it gave me a 7 day eta, so much for overnight! So it was a learning lesson. But once we had the tool it was really easy to install!

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ReadyLIFT Leveling Kits Reviews

2002 Chevy Tahoe 2WD Leveling Kit

Reviewed By Eliazar L (Dallas, TX) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Tahoe —7/13/2009 10:26 AM

This kit gave my SUV a nice level stance i get good compliments on how it looks plus it keeps the smooth factory ride. Will buy another for my truck.

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ReadyLIFT T6 Billet Leveling Kits Reviews

Good Product that is well built

Reviewed By William M (LANARK, IL) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-150 —10/1/2015 5:27 AM

The product itself is very good quality and raised the front nicely. The downfall is that we have a 2014 F150, and the strut brackets have changed, and the directions did not have the update. We had to pretty much tear everything off including pulling the front axle out of the spindle to get the strut out. It wasnt terrible, it just took a little more time to figure out what all had to come off. The second side only took about an hour and a half from start to finish.

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