0-1.75″ Lift Bilstein 5100 Front and Rear Shocks for 2007-2013 Chevrolet 1500 2WD/4WDSale!
0-1.75″ Lift Bilstein 5100 Front and Rear Shocks for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Chevrolet 1500 2WD/4WD
2 x 24-186940
2 x 24-293082 (old: 24-186957)
The Front Shocks have groves in the body so that you can set them to Stock Height or up to an average of 1.75″ Lift. These Shocks were designed to level out a stock truck from front to back.These are Bilstein 5100 Series Shocks and they are a direct bolt on application. Zinc-plated shocks that install like factory replacement shocks and are designed to correct the factory rake. The OEM spring seat is repositioned to provide more Pre-Load to the factory spring. The result is a level front to rear ride height. An extremely simple and effective solution to level out your truck and improve ride quality.Rear shocks are a direct replacement shock.Rear shocks do NOT affect vehicles ride height.
Front shocks provide: 0” to 1.75” of average lift depending on vehicle application
Rear shocks will accommodate: 0″ to 1″ of lift
Application: 2007-2013 Chevrolet/GMC Silverado & Sierra 1500 models (Does not fit 2007 Classic)
Notes: Front shocks do not come with a new lower spring plate and are designed to re-use your factory coil spring and upper mounting plate from your stock strut assembly.Upper mounting plate bushings are not included.Shocks are listed in a package (2 front shocks & 2 rear shocks).
Includes 4 Shocks
Questions and answers of the customers
- Q If I already have a 2 in level kit (RC blocks) in the front, can I just put the front struts on t... answer nowAsked on May 1, 2018 09:09A Yes, you can do it
- Q What coils are recommended wit this kit or are the stock coils ok answer nowAsked on September 23, 2017 15:07A Stock front coils will be good - the shocks are height adjustable and can provide you up to 1.75'' lift using stock coils.The rear shocks are longer the stock - can be used with stock height (0'' lift) or with 1'' rear lift
- Q Do i need a spacer with these to level the front of my truck answer nowAsked on April 29, 2017 06:49A It will depend on the front and rear height difference. Please measure the front and rear fender --to-wheel-center-distance and see, if it is bigger then a 1.5-1.7'' . If not - the spacers will not be needed, about 1.5'' of difference can be leveled with the help of front shocks adjustment.