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Rough Country Premium N2.0 Lifted Struts for 7.5 in. Lifted Knuckle Kits (14-15 2WD/4WD Silverado 1500)

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  • Item S100680
  • MPN# 23023

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    Features & Details

    • Velocity Sensitive Valving
    • OEM Coil Spring
    • Maintains Smooth Ride
    • For Lifted 7.5” Knuckle Kits
    • Eliminates Need for Ride Spacers
    • Leak-Proof Piston Seal
    • Fits 2014-2015 Chevy Silverados
    Like the Day You Bought It. This strut kit will allow your vehicle to ride high with Rough Country's 7.5" knuckle kit, but with as much smoothness as the day you first bought it. Take your vehicle to new heights, literally, while preserving its ride quality by fitting it with a set of performance struts from Rough Country.

    Technology. Featuring an extra-large bore and a chrome-hardened piston rod with today's top leak-proof piston seal technology, this kit will give you everything you're looking for off the road and on.

    A Perfect Fit. Each strut is engineered to perfection to fit each application, utilizing fully the OEM coil, which provides enough ride height to not need third-party ride spacers or other lift configurations.

    Application. These upgraded struts are designed to be used in conjunction with Rough Country's 7.5" lifted knucle kits only, and fit 2014-2015 2WD and 4WD Chevy Silverados.

    Fitment: 2014 2015 Details

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    • (2) Lifted Struts
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