Reviewed By Tyler D (LEHI, UT) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Silverado —12/16/2014 1:41 PM
For my Armada, installing the rear coil spacers were much more time consuming than the front strut spacers. (having to deal with the spring compressor, and the fact I had a few bolts practically fused in place) Even with everything disconnected and unlike what the instructions said, I still had to compress the crap out of those coils to get them out and compress even more to get them back in. In the end, it doesnt make the vehicle huge (nor should it), but does help it stand out a little more.
3" Body Lift for Chevy Avalanche
Reviewed By Ryan Z (GREENVILLE, SC) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Avalanche —12/3/2014 10:45 AM
The 3" body lift looks great but the problem was that the kit did not come with directions of any sort to say what pieces go and where. Also the kit came with 1 bracket missing for the rear and 1 bracket for the front missing. Along with 4 bolts missing for the spacers. Very dissappointed with that part. Mechanics had to make there own bracket. Lift looks great otherwise
3/1 readylift on mica 08 tundra ( INF.)
Reviewed By Romulus S (Parkville, MD) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Tundra —11/28/2014 12:57 PM
Installation was straightforward. improves the look of my tundra. took me about 4 hrs on one side (wheel)by myself., and the other side WAS easy once you know the technic,,.IT TOOK ME ABOUT 8HRS TO DO EVERYTHING . the only hard part i did was installing the diff drop spacer,,it's PITA..i would recommend this product to any tundra owner.