READYLIFT 3.5" SST LIFT KIT
ReadyLIFT® now offers a 3.5" SST lift kit for the 2015-2019 Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon 2WD/4WD trucks! The 69-3535 SST Lift Kit provides a great lift solution to achieve a mild yet aggressive lifted stance while still maintaining important factory ride and handling. (This kit is not compatible with the ZR2)
This new lift kit provides 3.5" of front lift and 1" of rear lift for a nice level but lifted stance. This kit can easily allow for up to a 285/70-17.
This all-new no-cut kit includes new tubular steel upper control arms with adjusted ball joint pivot angles and establishes a true 3.5 inches of lift without compromising suspension or drive train geometry. Front lift includes our proprietary top hat replacement technology along with differential drop brackets, sway bar drop brackets and OE style 1” tall cast iron rear lift blocks.
Features & Benefits
• Made in USA.
• The perfect mild lift solution for Gen 2 Colorado/Canyon’s that provides a great looking aggressive stance with a slight rake.
• Includes CNC-machined aircraft-grade billet Aluminum front top hat replacement lift spacers and heavy-duty OEM style cast iron rear blocks.
• Includes tubular steel upper control arms with adjusted ball joint pivot angles housing a heavy-duty ball joint.
• Allows for up to a 32.5x11.50" tire on up to +18 offset wheels. (285/70-17)
• Maintains the factory ride, handling and suspension geometry.
• Unmatched curb-appeal and rugged mid-size truck capability delivered in an affordable yet innovative Smart Suspension Technology "no-cut" lift kit.
I was so excited when I read about this lift! You even use your stock struts. It looks amazing, but that's it. Rubs with the exact wheel size and offset, tire size and BFG KO2s shown in the advertisement. The block is so big it uses up most your strut length. You hit a 2 inch drop in pavement and it feels like your stock strut hit a wall and about to explode. "If you have really smooth paved roads, no inclines into driveways and don't plan to go off road you would be fine as long as you don't turn the steering wheel all the way!" I'm trying to see what I can do to improve it, but shops tell me to replace it with a 4" lift and just be happy.