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2005 Gmc Sierra
Car & Truck Suspension Systems

Not sure which 2005 GMC Sierra Suspension Systems are right for you? We have over 6546 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"Bilsteins are a good shock and are the heavy duty shock that gm uses so you cant go wrong with the choice of a oem manufacture for durablity. Only problem is the boot is to long you have to cut the zip tie skide bood down shaft 2 inchs and install new ziptie othere wase the boot is all bunched up in the at rest position." —George B from Valley Cottage, NY bought a Bilstein 5100 Series Shocks for a 2005 GMC Sierra.

"I love the airlift kit! I hall a 20ft car hauler with my 2005 gmc 1500 Z71 and this kit raises my back end back up level when hauling a full load. Great product" —Michael V from Brandon, MS bought an Air Lift Air Bag Suspension Kit for a 2005 GMC Sierra, 1500, light-duty, factory bed.

"They definitely ride much better than my old worn out ones did, but the "pretty" red sleeve doesn't quite stretch far enough with the six inch lift. Other than that they are a great deal." —Kyle C from Topsham, ME bought a Skyjacker Lift Kits for a 2005 GMC Sierra.

"Strong and durable. Had the kit installed at a local shop due to the fact I did not have a torsion bar wrench. Shock extenders were not needed because I replaced the factory shocks with Pro Comp Pro Runner shocks. Very Satisfied!" —Chris H from Mcalpin, FL bought a Pro Comp Leveling Kits for a 2005 GMC Sierra.

"They were a bear to install on my 2005 GMC crew cab but am totally satisfied with the end results. Wanted to remove the 4" lift block to eliminate the spring wind up. The spring actually gained about a 1/2" in height and got rid of the spring wind up problem" —Mike R from Casper, WY bought a Skyjacker Softride Lifting Leaf Springs - Rear for a 2005 GMC Sierra.

"They definitely ride much better than my old worn out ones did, but the "pretty" red sleeve doesn't quite stretch far enough with the six inch lift. Other than that they are a great deal." —Kyle C from Topsham, ME bought a Skyjacker Lift Kits for a 2005 GMC Sierra.

"Strong and durable. Had the kit installed at a local shop due to the fact I did not have a torsion bar wrench. Shock extenders were not needed because I replaced the factory shocks with Pro Comp Pro Runner shocks. Very Satisfied!" —Chris H from Mcalpin, FL bought a Pro Comp Leveling Kits for a 2005 GMC Sierra.

"The instructions are not very good at all. The entire project took about 25 hours, but I installed it myself. It is a very tedious job and you must have ample patience to take on this task. I suggest getting a case of beer to go along with the install. The appearance is great, but like I said its a long project. One thing I had a problem with was getting the steering extension to fit together with both ends. I used WD-40 and a hammer to get it into place." —Michael Arlen H from Corpus Christi, TX bought a Performance Accessories Body Lift Kit for a 2005 GMC Sierra.

"Best shocks for the money on the market. This is the third vehicle I have put Skyjacker Nitro 8000's on and they have been superb in every case." —Robert S from Fayetteville, GA bought a Skyjacker Lift Kits for a 2005 GMC Sierra.

"if your torsion bars arent too rusted they come out easy and this kit worked great lifted my pickup perfectly" —Jason S from Sturgis, SD bought a ReadyLIFT Leveling Kits for a 2005 GMC Sierra, 2500HD.

"it was a hassle to get the lower control arms back and balanced at the same time but other than that it was pretty easy. i suggest you have a torque wrench to ease the trouble of doing it by hand. took about 4 hours but i also drank a little so maybe that had to do with it." —Michael Arlen H from Corpus Christi, TX bought a Traxda Leveling Kits for a 2005 GMC Sierra, 1500, light-duty, 2WD.

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Air Lift WirelessOne Air Control System

Good choice

Easy install. The instructions were easy to follow. I thought I may not have enough airline to route to the existing lines on the air bags. Air lift sent me another 10 foot length for free. Ended up I was just there with what they sent in the kit. Good Price from AA. The $50 rebate was the icing on the cake for me to buy this kit. The remote works really good. I'm impressed! View more reviews...
Posted By Bryan H (Clinton, IA) / April 2, 2014
2011 GMC Sierra
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VIAIR 300P Portable Air Compressor

Very nice unit

Compressor is well built, compact, works fine and comes with a nice storage bag. My only complaint about the unit is the air gauge is off by at least nine pounds and can't be relied on. I have a pickup truck with a 6.5 feet bed and will need a second air hose to reach the back tires but I expected this when I ordered the compressor. Overall, a great little compressor. View more reviews...
Posted By Robert S (Spicewood, TX) / November 28, 2013
2014 GMC Sierra
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Firestone In-Cab Air Command Kit

Firestone in cab air

The only things II would like to see is a switch that is included in the kit to turn it on and off and a little heavier gauge wire that powers the compressor. I realize pumping air bags it does not run a extended length of time but what if you have to air up a tire? View more reviews...
Posted By David B (Cuba, IL) / January 2, 2013
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