You may have caught a glimpse of this 2020 Chevy Silverado 2500HD earlier in the year as we hit the road for our first driving [and offroad] impressions with this truck when it was running the BDS 6.5" High Clerance Lift System. While that's been a great kit for us with its high clearance, no torsion bar drop design and heavy duty skids, beefy crossmembers, precision machined steering knuckles and more to allow clearance for 37-38s, the engineers at BDS have had this truck back in the shop these last couple months designing, developing and testing a new variant, a coilover conversion to feature FOX 2.5 R/R DSC coilovers as along with high-strength UCA/LCA and all the trimming of hte BDS 6.5" system to take performance to a whole new level.

With the keys to the truck this truck embarked on the [Off] Road-Trip Adventure for the Fall color tour around Michigan offering a smooth ride and plenty of muscle out on the trail during the 1000+ mile journey through the dunes, the tunnel of trees, and all over the UP.


2020 Chevy 2500HD
6.6L Duramax Diesel
Allison Transmission
BDS 6.5" C/O System (preproduction)
- FOX 2.5 R/R DSC Coilovers
- BDS knuckles, UCA/LCA, crossmembers, etc
BDS Recoil Traction Bars
38x13.50 Nitto Ridge Grapplers Tires
20x10 Method 605NV Bronze Wheels

6 Comments on “2020 Chevy 2500 HD | BDS
  • Jeffrey Fankel says:

    Any updated time frame on the 6.5 coilover system for the 2020-21 chevy 2500?

    • Courtney @ BDS Suspension says:

      Hello Jeffrey,
      We are are still a few months out before being able to release them. As soon as we have kits available for purchase we will have announcements on our social media pages and website.

  • Keith says:

    Will you also be building a 2-3” coilover system for the 2021 GMC Sierra 2500HD? I’m looking for more of the leveled look and not really wanting to go with a 6.5” lift. Thanks for any info!

    • Carter @ BDS Suspension says:

      Hey Keith,
      We are developing a 2-3″ and 6.5″ coilover conversion kits and upgrades options for the 2020+ GM HD Trucks and expect to have them available later this year. In the meantime we do offer 3″/5″/6.5″ lift options available. For more info head to

  • Chris says:

    What’s the wheel travel on the 3” & 6” kits?

  • Rick Lovaas says:

    Did I read that correctly; BDS is developing a 2-3” coil over conversion for the 2500 HD? Please email me with details and release date.


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