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    ReadyLift Coil Spring Kit Colorado/Canyon Strut Only

    Part # 69-3075
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      Part No. 69-3075

      Warranty Details (1 YR REPLACEMENT IF DEFECTIVE)

      ReadyLift is proud to introduce a new SST Lift Kit system for the 2004-2012 Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon. This is kit is designed for use on 2WD coil spring suspension trucks only. The ReadyLift 69-3075 Colorado/Canyon Lift Kit will raise your truck 2.5" in front and 1.5" in the rear for a mild lift stance while retaining a slight rake in the rear for hauling or towing. The 69-3075 SST Mild Lift Kit is an all-new system featuring unique design elements engineered around providing the proper lift without compromising the ride quality or the factory geometry. The kit includes a pair of steel lower strut extensions that bolt together and attach to the lower control arm and the lower strut mount to generate the 2.5" of front lift. In addition to the lower strut extensions, this kit also includes 1/2" plate steel upper ball joint spacers that install between the upper ball joint and the inside of the control arm to eliminate upper arm to coil spring contact during suspension cycling.

      Product Features:

      • Keeps your factory ride - Guaranteed
      • Will never wear, break or fail - Guaranteed
      • Toughest finish - Guaranteed
      • Safest way to level lift - Guaranteed
      • The only Colorado/Canyon mild lift kit system designed exclusively for 2wd coil spring trucks.
      • Allows for up to a 30" (255/70-16) tire when using OEM wheels or offset equivalent

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