Nice looking, easy to install
Reviewed By Brandon L (PLEASANT VALLEY, MO) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Silverado —2/25/2015 2:41 AM
These springs were packaged nicely and came quickly from auto anything. Mine were painted nicely in a grey and black "hammered" type paint. They were pretty easy to install (impact gun highly recommended for old rusty u-bolts). They raised the rear end by about a half inch and it seems like the rear end sags about a half inch less with a load. The ride is noticeably better under load with no bouncing around or sway like before. Definitely worth $100.
2014 silverado rear swaybar
Reviewed By Roger K (LAMPASAS, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Silverado —2/18/2015 5:30 AM
this rear swaybar kit from hellwig was a perfect fit with no cutting or welding , i put rear swaybar kits on every truck i purchase this kit is by far the easiest to install and best quality ive had to date , big change in the way the truck handles ,and still fit with spare tire and 4in gibson metal mulisha exhaust system
2014 Ecodiesel longhaul runner
Reviewed By Monte W (DENTON, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram —10/21/2014 8:13 AM
This air ride kit rides much better than the factory coil springs. Just one problem during installation, The airbags had three-quarter inch holes while the kit included half-inch nipples. Installation took 4-5 hours with common shop tools. Some bushings with thread tape did the trick. Leveling valve on bumpy roads will cause air compressor to start often. Key on wire or toggle switch needed to keep compressor from running when engine is off.