Z71 Colorado ifs geometry explained

Chevy Colorado, CST spindle, custom uca, explanation of ifs geometry and how this lift is possible with no bump steer.

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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.





Installation of Air Lift Ride Control Air Helper Springs on a 2006 Chevrolet Colorado - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/susp-2006_Chevrolet_Colorado.htm Today on our 2006 Chevrolet Colorado, we'll install the air lift, ride control air helper strings, Part Number AL59539. Our first step, we'll be assembling the air sleeve, an upper and lower brackets. We'll take the air sleeve, install the upper bracket on top, going over the nipple coming out of the air sleeve. We'll secure the upper brackets to the air sleeve with the plastic nut provided, then we'll take our air fitting, the 90 degree fitting and thread it on top of the air sleeve. We'll go ahead and secure it, and tighten it down with a wrench. Next, we'll go ahead and install the lower bracket. Note: Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




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