chevy silverado 2 inch leveling kit install

the step by step process of adding a 2" front lift in a 2011 chevrolet silverado 1500 lift spacer is from "heavymetallifts" on ebay sells for $69.99, other sizes are available also.

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How to Install Zone 6.5 " Off-Road Suspension Lift Kit
The Zone Off-Road Suspension Lift Kit Are high quality and affordable with over 6 inches of lift. Lifts both the front and back. Stay Informed and Sign Up: Subscribe to our Channel: Follow us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Google+: FREE SHIPPING Give us a call at 866-262-3738 Video Transcription: John: Hey, guys. Does your truck seem like it's missing something? Well, we've got what it's missing. We're gonna show you how to get in the zone and get your truck lifted with Zone Lift Kit. Hi. I'm John with, and today I'm gonna show you how to install the six and a-half inch Zone Lift Kit onto this 2014 Chevy Silverado. As you can see here, our Zone six and a half inch front and rear lift kit comes with everything you need to get your truck up into that lifted zone. So what you wanna do when you get your kit, lay out everything, and then inside your instruction sheet there's a parts list. I'd recommend that you go through. Check off all the parts on the parts list. Make sure you have everything before you start on the project, because everybody knows it's a really bad thing to get halfway done with a lift kit and be missing something important. So very important to do that, make sure everything's here. And the next step is to get this truck up in the air and start putting on this kit. So let's get the wheels off so we can get to the real heart of the lift kit. The next thing we're gonna do after we get the wheels off is we're gonna disconnect our brake line bracket from the differential right here. We got that loose. Let's unclip our ABS line from our frame rail and do our emergency brake bracket on the driver side. And we're also gonna remove this one up here. Let's take our shocks off. And hang on to the bolts, cause we'll need those to put the new shocks on. There's also one more at the top we have to take loose. Unfortunately that one doesn't have a nut on the backside. It's built right into the bracket. So we don't have to worry about hanging onto that. Once our shocks are off, then we're gonna pull our U-bolts off. Now, when you get to this point, it's very important that, if you're doing this up in the air, you have some kind of a jack like we have up underneath the differential here. I'm gonna take these off, because the only thing that we're gonna be reusing here is this bottom plate that goes up under here. The U-bolts and the nuts, you can do whatever you want with them. Throw them away. Throw them in a box. Keep them, whatever you wanna do.

How to Install ReadyLIFT SST 4" Lift Kit
The 4" Readylift lift kit Retain our OEM ride quality while achieving maximum lift, with this lift kit you can add up to 37" wheels and tires. with a Fast and simple installation process that takes about 1/3 the time of other kits. Steel kits have a durable powder coat finish, and Aluminum kits are resistant to corrosion. Comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty Stay Informed and Sign Up: Subscribe to our Channel: Follow us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Google+: FREE SHIPPING Give us a call at 866-262-3738 Video Transcription: John here with Today we're going to show you how to install a 4" lift kit from ReadyLIFT onto this 2011 GMC Sierra. This kit comes with everything we need to do the front and rear lift on this truck. What we have here is we have our rear U-bolts, our lift blocks for the rear. We have our front lift spacers, upper control arms, our skid plate and also our blocks for our front differential. One of the really nice things about this lift kit, not only does it come with the control arms with the ball joints already installed, but also new polyurethane bushings to go in the ends of the control arms. Having everything ready to go, we're going to go ahead and get started on the back of this truck. First thing we want to do once we get this thing up in the air and get a tire off, is to make sure that we put some kind of a jack stand or support or something underneath the rear differential because when we start taking these U-bolts off, it's very important that you got something under here so this whole thing don't just come crashing down on the floor. One of the things that you might have to do in order to get your differential to drop far enough to get your block out and put your regular block in, is to go ahead and pull your shock bolt loose here, so that way your rear differential can extend down and that's what we're going to do now. We've got our factory block out. We're going to go ahead and put our new ReadyLIFT block in. Something you want to make sure you pay attention to. If you look at this block, if we hold so to the bottom it's pretty much level. You can see that there's a taper here. Make sure when you put this block in that this high end of this taper goes towards the back of your track, because if you do it the other way, it's going to throw your angle off and you're going to have all kinds of problems, so that's very important. Okay. Once your block's back in, then you can go ahead and get your new U-bolts that come with your ReadyLIFT kit. Go ahead and put these back over. Now, make sure you get these back in the right place. They just sit down in a little notch up here a kind of a little hoop on the top of this plate.

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