4'' SST Lift Kit - GM Silverado / Sierra 1500 4WD & Z71 (w/ Cast Steel UCA) 2014-2018
For NEW 2014-UP GM1500 4WD with Cast Steel Factory UCAs ONLY.
New Improved UCA Assembly
Max Lift - 4.0"F/1.75"R - Max Tire: 33".
Not for use on pre-2014 GM 1500 trucks.
Does Not Work With AWD Denali Trucks. For Trucks with Cast Steel Front Suspension Only.
At ReadyLIFT® we take our product engineering very seriously. When General Motors first released the newly designed 2014 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra 1500 4WD trucks we purchased one of the very first truck trucks off the line so that we could test fit and engineer the proper 4" SST Lift Kit. The 2014 4WD suspension has many completely new design features. Some of these changes include evolution to an electric steering rack, completely different differential mounting system and an aluminum control arm design and different spindle than its predecessor.
The new ReadyLIFT 69-3416 4" SST Lift Kit combines many of the great features of our time-tested and very popular 4" SST Lift Kit for the 2007-2013 trucks with new innovative features. Some of the new features implemented into this system include a completely different differential drop mounting system which now utilizes machined billet circular spacers which allows for just the right amount of differential drop without interfering with the new rear-mounted electric steering rack. Additionally, a newly designed skid plate accompanies our differential drop system.
Factory changes to the spindle/upright allow us to now include the super strong heavy duty ball joints we developed for the GM 2500 HD trucks but designed exclusively for the Cast Steel suspension on 2014 GM 1500 trucks. These ball joints are vastly superior and are already installed into the tubular steel upper Control Arms provided in the 69-3416 kit. But that's not all! This kit also includes newly designed UCA inner bushings and new washer backing spacer sleeves which greatly prolong the life of the bushings.
Our engineering testing has shown this new 69-3416 4" SST Lift Kit is extremely versatile and strong and like our previous SST Lift Kit, allows the customer to install up to a 33x11.50 tire (max) on 5.25" backspacing wheels. Note: Must use aftermarket wheels.
The 69-3416 kit is for use on trucks with the factory cast steel upper and lower Control Arms. Not for use on trucks with Aluminum or Stamped Steel upper Control Arms. Standard Z71 okay. If your truck has aluminum upper and lower Control Arms, you will want the "69-3414"
Features & Benefits:
- Designed Exclusively for the 2014-UP GM 1500 4WD & Z71 Trucks with Steel front suspension.
- Includes New Evolution Bushings and Backing Spacers
- Keeps your factory ride - Guaranteed
- Toughest finish - Guaranteed
- Includes New Heavy Duty Ball Joints
- Allows for up to 33" tires on aftermarket wheels (33x11.50 max)
- Limited Lifetime Warranty***
- Reduced Installation Time - Save An Hour Or More On Installation Compared to Other Similar Kits
- 100% Bolt-On - Makes For Easy Installation
Kit Includes: (2) Front SST 4.0" Strut Extensions, (2) Rear Shock Extension Brackets, (2) OEM-Style 3.0" Rear Lift Blocks With U-Bolts, (1) Steel Skid Plate, (2) CNC-Machined Differential Drop Spacers, (2) DOM Tubular Control Arms With New Evolution Heavy Duty Pre-Pressed Ball Joints, (8) New Polyurethane Greaseable Bushings with Backing Spacers for Extended Life, Instructions & All Necessary Hardware.
Note: Not for use on AWD Denali Trucks.
Will NOT work with 2014-UP 4WD trucks with Aluminum or Stamped Steel Upper Control Arms
Note: Not designed for off-roading purposes.
33" Maximum tire diameter
33x11.50 for no rub on a 9" wide wheel with +6 offset
18" - 295/65R18
20" - 285/60R20
22" - 285/50R22
Write Your Own Review
Do it yourself!
Please read Instructions thoroughly and completely before beginning installation. Installation by a certified mechanic is recommended. ReadyLIFT Suspension Inc. is NOT responsible for any damage or failure resulting from improper installation.Download Pdf InstructionsEstimated Installation Time: 6.3 Hours +/- 1 hour (excluding alignment and wheel/tire assembly)
Have a certified mechanic do it for you!