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  1. Mike
    Mike at | | Reply

    Will this kit work for the 2020 2500 HD AT4?

    1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
      Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

      Hey Mike, these kits are compatible with AT4 models

  2. James
    James at | | Reply

    When will the 5” kit be available?

    1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
      Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

      He hit a few delays on the 5″ kit option, but will have those kits out as soon as possible.

      1. Tim Shipe
        Tim Shipe at | | Reply

        Any update on when the 5” kit for the GM 2020HD will be available?

        1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
          Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

          These should be released any day now, we’re waiting on the final components to package them up

      2. Scott
        Scott at | | Reply

        Is the 5”kit out will it work with a 2020 GMC AT4 1-Ton

        1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
          Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

          Hey Scott, we’ve had some delays with releasing the 5″ kits, but expect to have the final components arriving any day now to officially release it. The kits will fit on the 2500HD and 3500HD model trucks

  3. Kenn Davin
    Kenn Davin at | | Reply

    Do you have a 3 to 3.5” kit coming? Not sure I want to go that high. Also would like to maintain a smooth ride.

    1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
      Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

      We do have other kits in the works, they just haven;’t been released quite yet. We’ll have a 5″ version of this IFS kit designed for 37s as well as 2.5-3″ coilover conversion similar to what we offer for the 11-19 HD trucks designed for 35s. The coilover conversion has a bit more lead time on the development/testing/manufacturing side, still no official release date, but you can see more on the prototype at https://blog.bds-suspension.com/?p=20790

  4. Joe
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    Is there a coil over front shock available for this kit??

    1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
      Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

      Hi Joe, in a nutshell we currently don’t offer the coilover option for 2020 HD trucks. We do have a coilover conversion in the works for 2020 HD which will be available later this year (release date still TBD). Similar to our current offering for the 2011-2019 HD the future 2020 HD options we will be available as a complete coilover conversion lift kit as well as a coilover upgrade for trucks equipped with the standard BDS 6.5″ lift kit. Along with the coilovers themselves, the upgrade will include upper and lower control arms and upper coilover mounting brackets.

  5. Stephen
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    When will a coil over suspension lift (4-6”) be available for a 2020 Toyota Tundra 4×4?

    1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
      Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

      Hi Stephen, while we don’t expect any changes on the suspension/chassis on the 2020 Toyota Tundra, at this time that particular vehicle hasn’t been tested by our R&D department to officially approve compatibility with our current 4.5″ and 7″ lift systems and coilover options. Once kits are approved we’ll be adding them to our website and begin promoting.

  6. Ryan Evans
    Ryan Evans at | | Reply

    Dibs on a 2020 colilover kit. I’ll buy one right now with no warranty. Do you hate money?

    1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
      Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

      Hey Ryan, we appreciate the enthusiasm. If the coilover kits existed right now we’d be happy to sell them, unfortunately that’s not the case. These kits are still in the development-testing-production phases, as soon as kits are available we’ll have more info available. Its worth mentioning that we will offer a coilover upgrade option for our standard 6.5″ lift kits if you are trying to get it up in the air sooner.

      1. Ryan Evans
        Ryan Evans at | | Reply

        Thank you for the reply, if I upgrade that kit later to coilover do I have to re weld the cross member? Would it be a 6.5 coilover kit?

        1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
          Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

          The plan for the coilover conversion will be to offer it in 2 heights (similar to how we offer it for the 11-19 models), a 2.5″ lift height that will be based off the factory mounting points as well as a longer coilover designed to be used in combination with our 6.5″ lift kits (final ride heights still TBD). If going from the 6.5″ standard to 6.5″ coilover no additional crossmember mod needed, it’s just new UCA/LCA, C/O frame bracket and coilover If your asking about going from the 6.5″ standard to the 2.5″ coilover the factory crossmember will need to be reinstalled as its based off the factory suspension mounting points.

          1. Brian
            Brian at |

            Any updates on when the 5” kit will be available?

          2. Carter @ BDS Suspension
            Carter @ BDS Suspension at |

            We had a delay on the 5″ kits, but are expecting to have them out in the next couple weeks

  7. Cody Differt
    Cody Differt at | | Reply

    Any Idea when the coilover kit will be available?

    1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
      Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

      It will be later this year, although we don’t have the expected release date set as of yet.

  8. James Weatherill
    James Weatherill at | | Reply

    Any idea how far out the 5″ kit is from being available ? Looking to buy in the next month.

    1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
      Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

      We had a delay on the 5″ kits, but are expecting to have them out in the next couple weeks

      1. David
        David at | | Reply

        Just checking into the status of the 3” c/o conversion for a 2020 Chevy 3500.
        Thanks

        1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
          Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

          C/O options are in the works, but COVID has definitely cause some delays and pushed back the released date. At this point I haven’t received the expected release date from engineering, but I am expecting it to be available in Q4 of 2020.

  9. Alejandro Cruz
    Alejandro Cruz at | | Reply

    I saw that the 6.5 lift kit fits the AT4 how about the z71?

    1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
      Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

      Hey Alejandro,
      Z71 is included, these kits will all trim levels of the Chevy/GMC HD trucks

  10. Josh
    Josh at | | Reply

    Will this 6.5” clear 24×14 with 37 tires it will it involve lots of trimming on a 2020 at4 2500 Duramax

    1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
      Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

      Hey Josh,that wheel/tire combo is outside of our official specs and not a setup we have tested. That said it likely require trimming/fender mod to clear in all driving situations (on/off-road)

  11. Kenneth
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    The 5” kits you mentioned that were coming out in a couple of weeks, would that be a coil over kit? Would it also be available in Canada at the same time?

    1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
      Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

      Hey Kenneth, the coilover conversion options are still a little ways out. When we release kits they are made available all over the world, however leadtime may be a bit longer outside the US do to shipping times to dealers. Similar to the 6.5″ kit we offer now, the 5″ will initially be offered as a high clearance IFS system that retains the factory torsion bar configuration. The coilover option is planned for a 2.5″ and 6.5′ lift heights only due to the control arm operating angles needed for the indexed ball joints on the replacement UCA/LCA ued for the coilover conversion.

  12. Derek
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    I see factory 20×9 wheels can be ran with up to 35” tires. Can you run 37’s with a spacer to push them away from the knuckle? Any pics with factory 33’s? I’m going to order wheels, but haven’t yet.

    1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
      Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

      Hey Derek,
      you are correct, factory 20s can be used with up to 35×12.50 tires (which would include the factory 20″ wheels + tires) to allow sufficient clearance to the knuckles, control arms, and sway bars. Wheel spacers would essentially change the backspacing of the wheel for clearance to allow use of larger wheels tires, although you’ll want to measure to ensure you are getting 4.5-6.18″ BSing.

  13. James Weatherill
    James Weatherill at | | Reply

    Any update on release of the 5″ Kit ?

    1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
      Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

      We’re waiting on a pair of torsion bar relocation brackets to arrive before releasing and should be releasing those kits in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for the official announcement

  14. Jim
    Jim at | | Reply

    do you make a 8in lift 2015 gmc 3500

    1. Carter @ BDS Suspension
      Carter @ BDS Suspension at | | Reply

      Hey Jim,
      We don’t offer an 8″ kit, but we do have 6.5″ lift options available as both a high clearance no torsion bar drop system as well as a high clearance coilover conversion system. For more info on both options check out https://bds-suspension.com/product?kid=196H

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