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Your 2006 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 might be the best vehicle you’ve ever owned. Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the Lift and Lowering Kits product you desperately need.
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Bought this kit for my 02 Avalanche along with replacement coil springs. The air bags would not fit in the "Exact Fit" replacement coil springs. These look to be of good quality but only giving it a 3 star due to false advert.
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From Garland, TX
Contacted a local shop here and they wanted $150 to install them. Even knowing they'd be 'fun' to install, I opted to do them myself. Bought a fresh set of jack stands (others were loaned out), got vehicle up in the air, then proceeded to deflate and squeeze the bags into place. Only suggestion I'd have would be, put the air lines in place with clips as soon as you get the bags in place (with bags deflated as much as possible) otherwise, with the air lines are a real pain to connect (since they go out through the top). I then installed the air inflator inside the gas fill door which will keep it clean, and in a handy location. Aired them up to about 33 lbs and they rode hard with no load on them (bought them for towing my 16' enclosed work trailer to give the equalizer hitch a lil less to tend with, but have not hooked up to it yet). Deflated then to about 7 lbs and they ride pretty much normal, with no additional load on truck. So, so far I'll say they are good to go. Total install time took maybe 1.5 hrs. So, in my book it was worth doing myself and saving that $150 quote that was given...
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My 1958 chevy Bel Air had some sagging with loads... This kit installed easily and did the job
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