CHEVY TAHOE, SUBURBAN, AVALANCHE 1999-2015, 2WD & 4WD 1500, 1.5" Rear Coil Spacer
GM SUV/SUT 1.5" Rear Coil Spring Spacer -
ReadyLIFT® Rear Coil Lift Spacers now available for Chevy and GMC SUV and SUT vehicles with rear coil spring suspensions. These new Rear Coil Spring Spacer Kits include a pair of CNC-machined 6061-T6 aircraft-grade billet aluminum rear coil spring spacers that easily install under the OEM rear coil spring to provide 1.5" of rear lift. These ReadyLIFT® rear spacers are ideal for adding a slight rake to a GM SUV or SUT for towing or hauling, or if you've installed a leveling kit to fit larger wheels and tires in the front, and want to bring the back end up for a raked stance.
ReadyLIFT® 66-3015 1.5" Rear Coil Spring Spacers are designed to work in concert with your ReadyLIFT® Suspension Leveling Kit or by themselves. Like all ReadyLift® products these block kits come with our Lifetime Warranty. Installation time is approximately 1+ hours.
Don't settle for cheap plastic or urethane rear spacers that will split over time. Demand the best quality suspension product for your expensive SUV or SUT. Demand ReadyLift® CNC-machined billet aluminum rear coil spring spacers. Your vehicle deserves the best.
Fits Rear Coil Spring Equipped: 2wd and 4wd 2001-up Chevrolet Tahoe, Z71, Suburban, Cadillac Escalade, 1500 Avalanche. GMC Yukon, Yukon XL, Denali & Hummer H2 with rear coils as well as 2002 - up 2wd and 4wd Chevrolet Trailblazer, Trailblazer XL, GMC Envoy, and Bravada with rear coils.
Cannot be used with airbag systems.
- Increase rear vehicle rake for towing or hauling and wheel clearance.
- Economical and Easily installed ( No spring compressor needed ).
- Engineered for most late model GM SUVs.
- Kit includes two CNC-machined billet aluminum rear coil spring spacers and installation instructions.
Exactly what I needed Review by Vance
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Placed a leveling kit on my Suburban but it left it too high in the front so I went ahead and purchased this part in the hopes of leveling out my vehicle. Now my Suburban has the stance I wanted. (Posted on 1/28/14)