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What is a zone body lift?

What is a zone body lift?

Zone body lift kits allow you to add larger and more aggressive wheels and tires to your truck or SUV. Each kit is made to fit your specific vehicle. Zone body lift kit blocks are constructed from thermoplastic synthetic resin and have a 60,000lb crush proof capacity.

How much is a 2 inch body lift?

Smaller truck lift kits, those that raise the body by two inches, usually cost anywhere from $400 to $12,000. Larger truck lift kits, those that raise the body by six inches or more, usually cost anywhere from $11,000 to $14,000.

How does a body lift work?

A body lift kit raises the body of your vehicle up a few inches while leaving the suspension and wheels at their original height. This is done by adding spacers over the vehicles’ original body mount bushings. This type of lift shouldn’t affect your ride quality or handling in any way.

What is body lift surgery?

A body lift is a surgical procedure that removes large skin folds and fat from the hips, outer upper thighs, lower abdomen, and upper buttocks. The procedure is a form of body contouring surgery and is designed to improve the lower body’s appearance by modifying its size or shape.

Is there a 6.5 ” lift kit for a Sierra 1500?

Take your Silverado/Sierra 1500 to new heights with this 6.5″ lift kit from Zone Offroad. Kits include everything needed from high strength crossmembers and steering knuckles to strut spacers and differential relocation brackets to maintain driveline angles.

Can a GMC truck use a body lift?

Body lift kits are an excellent way to achieve additional clearance for larger tires. Body Lifts are available for most 1988+ Chevrolet and GMC trucks and SUV’s. Body lifts are generally less expensive than a complete suspension lift and have the added benefit of not affecting the factory suspension, electronic stability controls, or OE warranty.

How tall is the front lift on a Silverado?

Overview Front Lift Height 6.5″ Rear Lift Height 5″ Front Lift Method Strut Spacer & Cross-Member Rear Lift Method Cast Blocks Lift Type Lift Kit

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