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The Best Daystar Suspension Lift Kits & Leveling Kits for Trucks

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From $49.95 /kit


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From $15.95 /each


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Material

Steel


Urethane





Style

Coil Spacer Kit


Torsion Key Kit


Coil Spacer Kit




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Daystar Customer Reviews

spring spacers do the job.

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Reviewed by ROBERT C (Winslow, AZ Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Avalanche—2007-08-15 10:42:35

the spring spacers for a 2003 avalanche did exactly what they were supposed to. Used torsion keys on the front and the coil spacers made a nice level lift out of it all. Avalanche with the bigger tires I was able to put on after install makes truck look really nice. Worth the price and very easy installation.

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1" Daystar bodylift

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Reviewed by ISAAC A (Pecos, NM Reviewed for a 1993 Jeep Wrangler—2012-07-20 10:58:47

The product is excelent, it mounted right on. Everything was the right size, bolts were the right length,washers ,mounts,great. Thank You.

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Ask & Answer

Asked by Anonymous A.

6/29/2012 6:37:28 PM

just wondering, since this is odd

I've got a 2002 Silverado 1500HD/6.0L and I've noticed that the front bump stops are resting on the arm of the A frame. I was under the impression that there is supposed to be some space between the A frame and the bump stops, is that correct? If so, will replacing the shocks correct this?

Staff Answer

Answered by Elizabeth C. — 6/29/2012 6:52:17 PM

Thank you for your recent question and for choosing AutoAnything. You are correct in your diagnosis that the bump stops should be up off the A Arm a little bit. That is usually a sign of worn out shocks.

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