The full-size Chevy Blazer is a classic suv. First produced in 1969 until 1994 when it was replaced by the Tahoe, this famous vehicle is loved by many in the off road community. Installing a lift kit on the Chevy Blazer 4wd (1969-1991) is probably as simple they come. Equipped with front and rear leaf springs, the most difficult part of the installation will be dealing with rusty bolts.
Chevy introduced the Colorado in 2004 to replace the aging S-10 truck. This mid-size truck offers a great option for truck owners not needing the heavy hauling capability of the Colorado's bigger brothers (Silverado series). Equipped with an IFS (independent front suspension) front end, lift the Chevy Colorado more than 2 inches an be a little challenging. However, a 4 inch Colorado lift kit by Tuff Country however can get your Colorado in the air without much hassle.
This extremely popular full-size truck came to the market in 1999 and is still available today. The Chevy Silverado is available in various weight capacities (1500, 1500HD, 2500HD and 3500HD). Using an independent front end with torsion bars, lift the Silverado 2500HD or 1500 can be done in various heights from 2 inches to 6 inches lift.
Incredibly the Chevy Suburban first appeared in 1933 as a wagon built on the 1/2 truck frame. It was not until the late 1960's that the 4wd 4door suv version appeared. Chevy Suburban lift kits are available for models ranging from 1969 thru 2012. While the suspension has changed substantially over the years (straight axle leaf spring to IFS front and rear) the Suburban is still a popular vehicle to lift.
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