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  1. John D.
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    Is it possible to purchase just the coilovers themselves from this kit? I already have a 7″ lift on my 2500HD and I just want to convert to coilovers.

  2. Joe
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    Just ordered 2017 Chevy 2500hd diesel 10 weeks til it comes in. Is this lift compatible for the 2017? If not do you have a release date for the 6.5 coil over?

  3. Ignacio
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    Can you get me a quote on your lifts? I’m running some 295/60R20 tires on it and it rubs. Would you recommend a 6 or can I get away with a 4 inch lift?

  4. O
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    So I got 2500HD 6″ fabtech 37″ tire, as I understud I need the upper & lower arm and coil over shocks to stick to existing FT lift kit.
    Is that it or what else do I need?

  5. Chris
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    Need to actually spindle kit for a 1989 Chevy Scottsdale 2 Will Dr. 2500

  6. Kevin "Pop" Voyles
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    Liking this new lift seen on “EXTREME OFFROAD” (PowernationTV). Wondering if you offer this new lift kit for a 2000 Tahoe LS with air ride. Shocks are blown so considering a lift.

  7. Rob Dog
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    I have an ’05 H2. Do you make a kit for my truck?

  8. DMarcus Davis
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    Is there any way i could do a 4 inch lift with a coilover conversion on 14 and up 2500hds. Didnt see a option for coversion on the site. I dont really need a 6inch and 3inch would be fine but i would like 4inch more

  9. Jesus Martinez
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    Hello! Awesome suspension package. Can this be applied to a 3500 dually? Thank you.

  10. Tracy
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    What do u carry for my 06 LBZ 2500 ,

  11. Brandon
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    How much usable suspension travel are you guys getting with this 6.5″ coil over kit on the four wheel drives? I read all the descriptions but I didn’t see this mentioned anywhere.

  12. Alejan
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    I bought them a Transfer Case Indexing Ring Kit for a Dodge 2500 2015 and and I want to know if they can send me the installation guide in Spanish.
    Thanks, Alejandro.

  13. Ryan
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    Installed the 2-4 coilover kit on my 2015 gmc denali 2500hd.

    After install truck sat 2″ lower than when I had a leveling kit on it, basically back to stock level… went to start adjusting shocks and confused how expected to crank coils while on the truck and reservoir line in the way… If this kit is setup specifically for these pickups why wouldn’t the shocks be setup for the advertised lift??? Furthermore, why would anyone install the rear blocks setup with the front still raked down with the setup sent as it was??? Was very excited to finally see a coil over kit for the HD GM’s that wasn’t to the level of long travel and chase truck setups out there but confused as to the engineering and/or setup shipped to me.

  14. Dom
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    Really like the looks of your coil over system. Do you make a 4 inch lift with voil overs… I don’t want to lift my truck to 6.5 inches…

  15. Justin Keiper
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    How hard would it be to convert from an existing 2-3″ coilover conversion kit to the 4-6″ kit on a 2015 GMC 2500?


  16. Luke
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    Hey, was just curious as to how much an 8″ lift would cost?? On average.

  17. Dan
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    Have you determined if the 6.5? Coilover System will work on the 2017’s? What is the ride quality compared to stock? Is there someplace in the Pacific NW were a guy could ride in a converted truck?

  18. Gavin
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    In your 6.5″ c/o kit for late model Gmc 2500HD is it possible to get any more lift out of it? I want to avoid cutting the metal bumper when running 37’s. I’m okay cutting the plastic valence. Thx.

  19. Dan
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    Hey Carter,
    With the plastic valence removed & without cutting the bumper, what is the largest tire size accommodation with the 6.5″ c/o kit?

  20. Jose
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    I have 2015 Denali DRW I have 8″ to play for a lift kit, since I tow gooseneck trailers I want to keep the height to a limit, I also want to use a c/o kit my consern is I don’t want to pay $$$$$ to just lift 2-3 inch, can you tell me what’s my overall height achievement with the 2-3″ c/o.

    Thank you

  21. Jose
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    Hey Carter

    The shop is ordering the 2-3 and 35″ tires with 20″ rims is this going to work with out trimming the bumpers?


    After looking and adding I realized that this set up will give me 5.5″ of height of what I have now.

  22. Voytek opalski
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    I had this kit installed on my 2016 GMC sierra Denali hd. It was done in the beginning of 2017 and since I had to replace both rear shocks due to a seal failure and oil leak(I upgraded them to ones with the reservoir) unfortunately the new ones are showing significant leak again. They are probably 1.5yr old. My big issue is with a front coils being completely covered in rust! It started to show about a year ago and now they are all rusty. Will you guys be backing up this issue under your warranty and what should I do. Other than that I put around 40k miles with your kit and really enjoy it.

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