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2011 GMC Sierra Suspension Systems

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Reviewed By Maxwell T (WINDSOR, CO) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra —11/16/2017 8:16 AM

These shocks are great, Installed myself and it took about 4.5 hours. The ride is fantastic, stiff but in a good way, truck feels more controlled over washboards and they lifted the front end close to 2". Installation was difficult due to compressing the coils. If you plan to install yourself take this step carefully! Would recommend.

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Reviewed By Kevin E (STRASBURG, CO) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra —10/28/2017 1:53 PM

Ease of installation had some issues. Advertised as a "bolt on" system & that would fit most frame mounted bed hitches. It would fit my Sierra 3500 with B&W hitch, but not as a "bolt on" system. It required drilling the bottom of the frame to secure the upper brackets. The instructions indicated to drill the hole in the frame and use the self-tapping screws to mount the frame (low torque specs), the screw immediately snapped in the hole. Had to remove the broken bolt and tap the frame.

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Reviewed By Joshua F (HOPE VALLEY, RI) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra —9/8/2017 6:02 PM

I own a GMC Sierra 1500 and tow a 7'x12' 7000# gvw enclosed trailer full of shelves and carpentry tools. It is quite heavy. Before I installed the suppersprings the rear of my truck would settle down 2" when I coupled up the trailer. It took me about a 1hr to install in my driveway. I put the rollers on the hole closer to the spring. Now the rear of my tuck only settles about 5/8" to 3/4". Preloading the spring brought up the rear about 2" from stock, which I was looking for also.

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