SuperLift 6″ Lift Kit For 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra 2500HD or 3500 4WD – Knuckle Kit with Superide Shocks
- This is a complete knuckle style lift kit for the 2001-2008 Chevy/GMC 2500HD/3500 4wd; providing 6” lift height
- Includes related drop brackets, rear blocks, front and rear Superlift Superide shocks
- Covered by our Limited Lifetime Warranty
- This kit also comes in a 5100 Series Bilstein shock option
- All brackets, cross-members, shocks, steering knuckles, rear block and u-bolt kit, and hardware required specific to the 2001-2008 4wd Chevrolet/GMC 2500HD/3500.
- Detailed instruction manual walking you step-by-step through the lift kit installation procedures suitable for do-it-yourselfers (DIY) or professional installation
- The best customer service and technical help in the industry.
- Replacement knuckles yield the best possible alignment specs with minimal increase in track width.
- Skid plate connects and strengthens the front / rear crossmembers while protecting the differential.
- Superlift Superide or SS series by Bilstein shocks included.
- Installer-friendly design.
- No replacement front driveshaft required.
- High clearance, one-piece crossmembers, and all other load-bearing bracketry, are laser cut from .25″ thick plate steel.
- Limited Lifetime Warranty.
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
TIRE & WHEEL INFO:
|35 x 12.5||16 x 8||4.5||–|
|35 x 12.5||17 x 9||–||-12 to 0|
|35 x 12.5||18 x 9||–||-12 to 0|
|35 x 12.5||20 x 9||–||-12 to +12|
IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: The provided tire/wheel fitments are approximate. Actual dimensions of a given tire size can vary considerably from one brand to another. Manufacturers’ wheel offset and backspacing measurement points are not always consistent. Backspacing greatly impacts tire-to-fender clearance when turning. Wheel width and backspacing influence whether the tires protrude past the fenders, and to what extent. Considering these important factors, we recommend that you fit-check your tire/wheel selection prior to purchasing.
- Installation time: 8 hours
- Difficulty level: 4 of 5
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE GM AND CHEVY BRACKET STYLE KITS AND THE KNUCKLE KITS?
The drop bracket kits utilize brackets to relocate the upper control arms and require brackets to relocate the steering assembly. Bracket style kits do not increase the front track width but do require a replacement front driveshaft. The knuckle kits use a new knuckle to span the distance between the upper control arm and lower control arm. The steering correction is also built into the replacement knuckles with the tie rod boss being higher versus the stock knuckle. Knuckle kits are easier to install but require aftermarket wheels due to the increased size of the knuckles. Knuckle kits do not require a replacement front drive shaft.