Chevy Colorado Long Travel Suspension kit
Chevy Colorado Long Travel Suspension kit from DYNASTY OFF ROAD INNOVATIONS. KIT SPECKS: Will fit a 2.5 c/o and a 2.5 smooth body or a 2.0 bypass. you can also fit a single 3.0 c/o. We now use heims in our new upper arms for added adjustment and strength. The kit pulls 18+" of travel (inner finder well modifications are required for 19-20" of travel) The kit includes: Fabricated spindles, upper and lower laser cut control arms. 6- heim joints w/ misalignment spacers 4- 1" uni-balls w/ misalignment spacers 2- Kartek 6" limiting straps w/ mounting tabs 2- 6061 billet aluminum tie rods 2- D.O.T stainless steel bradded brake lines 8- Delron pivot bushings w/ inner crush sleeves 8- grade 8 allen metric replacement hub bolts 8- grade 8 hex standard bolts w/ nuts and washers (for kit assembly) CALL: 951.660.1218 FOR PRICING AND AVAILABILITY.
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2011 Chevrolet Colorado Concept
Behold, the next-generation Chevrolet Colorado. Sort of. General Motors has yanked back the sheets on what the company is calling a show truck at the Bangkok International Motor Show. Despite the 'show' label, the mid-sizer is poised to go on sale in Thailand later this year packing a 2.8-liter turbo-diesel engine, though there are no firm details as to what we can expect in terms of either power or efficiency. GM did say that the Colorado won't leave buyers lacking for enough towing capacity, though. Odds are we can expect tricks like the 20-inch wheels and body-color tonneau cover to be nixed as the truck makes its way closer to production. Still, the vehicle is plenty sharp and looks to have the mechanical guts to give the global Ford Ranger a run for its money. But will GM offer the Colorado we see here in the States? That's a tough question. The automaker has made it clear that the Shreveport, Louisiana plant that manufactures the aging Colorado/GMC Canyon isn't long for this world, though we have heard rumors that the automaker isn't planning on killing the pickup all together. Here's hoping we'll see this truck or something similar in the States sometime soon.