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  1. Ready lift 2.25” front 1.5” rear lift

    Chassis
    I have a 2006 GMC Canyon 2wd 3.5l. I have the lift kit and I was wondering if anyone had info on the spacers for the front shocks, specifically how you’re able to fit the shocks with the spacer installed because I tried and I did not have any threads left so I wonder if I need to do this. Or...
  2. Advice on my lift setup

    Lifting
    Hey guys, for the past few weeks I've been looking at various lifting options for my '04 Chevy Colorado Z71 2WD that are not only cost effective, but also are not going to tear up my suspension. Originally my plan was going to go include a Skyjacker Add-a-leaf, MAXX torsion keys, new torsion...
  3. Another Bilstein Thread

    Lifting
    I've grown suppppperrr tired of my pro comp 9000s that I've been running on my truck for about a year or two now and they feel just way too stiff and spray oil and shit everywhere in the front of the truck. It seems to be the same problem as the pair of es3000s I had prior. When I took out the...
  4. Caution Ordering Bilstein 4600's (Rear)

    Lifting
    Hey I just thought I should throw out a word of caution when ordering new rear Bilstein shocks for your truck. I ordered front and back shock replacements (both Bilstein) from auto anything on October 6th. I received the fronts a week later, and as of right now my "expected shipping date" is...
  5. For Sale a few spare parts

    For Sale
    got a couple things I'm looking to get rid of. Will take best offers. stock shackles SOLD! stock shocks, still good but the dust boot is cut on the front ones so I could get vise grips on there to get them off. $75 shipped Brand new leveling torsion keys $50 shipped
  6. How To: Replace Front Shock Absorber(s) 2WD

    How-To: Chassis & Suspension
    Disclaimer The community here at 355nation.net urges you to please use caution and seek professional assistance when performing modifications to your vehicle. Before attempting any modification it is advised that you refer to your Colorado or Canyon service manual or contact a certified mechanic...
  7. Pretty Cool Shock plate

    Lifting
    Anybody interested in additional clearance? Trail Duty
  8. How To: Install Front Shocks

    How-To: Chassis & Suspension
    Disclaimer The community here at 355nation.net urges you to please use caution and seek professional assistance when performing modifications to your vehicle. Before attempting any modification it is advised that you refer to your Colorado or Canyon service manual or contact a certified mechanic...
  9. Shock Information for Stock/Lifted TB Suspensions

    Lifting
    Z71 2WD Z71 4WD Z85 4WD Use Shock # Compressed Extended Front Stock/TB Crank RS5300 10" 14" Front Stock/TB Crank F4-BE5-D934-H0 9.75" 14.65" Rear Stock RS5301...
  10. How To: Install Belltech Coilovers

    How-To: Chassis & Suspension
    Disclaimer The community here at 355nation.net urges you to please use caution and seek professional assistance when performing modifications to your vehicle. Before attempting any modification it is advised that you refer to your Colorado or Canyon service manual or contact a certified mechanic...
  11. Shock Issues

    Lifting
    SON OF A BITCH!!! I finally got my Add-a-leaf from UPS. that actually showed up on time. I'm pissed though cuz the dumbasses at Rancho Tech support told me the RS5301 were correct for the front. I found out ( after driving home) that the damn things have ears on top and our trucks take...
  12. How To: Install Belltech Street Performance Shocks

    How-To: Chassis & Suspension
    Disclaimer The community here at 355nation.net urges you to please use caution and seek professional assistance when performing modifications to your vehicle. Before attempting any modification it is advised that you refer to your Colorado or Canyon service manual or contact a certified mechanic...
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