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SuperLift 6.5 in. Suspension Lift Kit w/ Superide Rear Shocks (07-13 4WD Sierra 1500)

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    Features & Details

    • 6.5 in. Suspension Lift Kit
    • Provides Extra Ground Clearance for Improved Off-Roading
    • Leaves Vehicle with a Leveled Stance 
    • Uses Factory Rake Setting
    • Manufactured from Premium Materials
    • Designed to Withstand Years of Off-Road Abuse
    • Fits Tires Measuring 35” x 12.5” and Smaller
    • Aligns with OEM Specifications
    • Lift Force Supplemental Limited Powertrain Warranty
    • Packaged with Necessary Hardware
    • Fits 2007-2013 4WD GMC Sierra Models
    Made for Off-Roading. This 6.5 in. Suspension Lift Kit with Superide Rear Shocks from SuperLift is the perfect suspension upgrade for a true off-roading enthusiast. With 6.5 inches of lift, it lets you drive over boulders, fallen logs, and other obstacles without damaging your truck. This also allows your GMC Sierra to use bigger tires measuring up to 35” x 12.5”, giving you more traction when on the trail. Additionally, the kit’s Superide Rear Shocks provide a highly stable and comfortable ride, even when driving through bumpy terrain.

    Built to Last. SuperLift’s 6.5 in. Suspension Lift Kit is made to withstand extreme driving conditions. This is thanks to the company’s sophisticated metal fabrication techniques, as well as their strict quality control system. This will allow you to go on off-roading adventures without the fear of experiencing a breakdown.

    Designed to Match OEM Specifications. For this lift kit, Superlift utilized cutting-edge computer modeling technology to ensure a perfect fit with your 4WD GMC Sierra. This includes all the mounting hardware needed for a full installation. The result is a relatively easier bolt-on installation process that doesn’t require any drilling, cutting, or welding.

    Warranty.Superlift is excited to announce that all lift and leveling kits now come with a free Lift Force Supplemental Limited Powertrain Warranty. This warranty will protect you from disputes with original equipment manufacturers who are unfamiliar with aftermarket suspension systems. The Lift Force Warranty goes into effect if the manufacturer or dealership denies your drivetrain warranty claim due to installation of your Superlift lift or leveling kit.

    Application. The SuperLift 6.5 in. Suspension Lift Kit w/ Superide Rear Shocks is measured to fit 2007-2013 4WD Models of the GMC Sierra.

    Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Details

    MPN# K162

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    What's in the Box
    • (1) Rear Crossmember
    • (1) Belly Pan
    • (2) Strut Spacers
    • (2) CV Axle Spacers
    • (1) Driver Side Knuckle
    • (1) Passenger Side Knuckle
    • (1) Front Crossmember
    • (1) Driver Side Differential Bracket
    • (1) Passenger Side Differential Bracket
    • (2) Sway Bar Drop Brackets
    • (2) Sway Bar Links
    • (2) Rear Lift Blocks
    • (4) Square U-Bolts
    • (1) U-Bolt and Flange Nut
    • (2) Superide Rear Shock Cylinder
    • (2) Rear Bump Stops
    • Mounting Hardware 
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Will it fit my Sierra 1500?
    • 4.3L V6 - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13
    • 4.8L V8 - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13
    • 5.3L V8 - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13
    • 6.0L V8 - 07, 08, 09
    • 6.0L V8 Hybrid - 10, 11, 12, 13
    • 6.2L V8 - 09, 10, 11, 12, 13

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