ReadyLIFT® customers have asked for it and we have delivered. Last fall we announced our new leveling and SST lift kit offerings for the all-new GM 1500 trucks. We specifically did not include the factory lift kit-equipped GMC AT4 and Chevy Silverado Trail Boss. The AT4/Trail Boss are factory equipped with a 2" front lift. This front lift includes a longer front shock/strut assembly. When combining a traditional leveling kit on these factory lifted trucks, several issues present themselves including binding problems with the factory control arm ball joint and contact concerns with the lower strut/CV axle assembly.
The 69-3920 SST Lift Kit works with the factory 2" front lift. This kit includes a top mount strut spacer along with a pre-load spacer to limit droop and the same premium grade upper control arms now available in our 66-3921 leveling kit. OE style 3" tall cast iron rear lift blocks and rear bump stop extension cups are also included to create a true AT4/Trail Boss-specific bolt-on lift kit that provides 2" of front lift and 1" of rear lift. This new lift kit concept is similar to our successful TRD Pro Plus 2 SST Lift Kit which is also engineered specifically to work with that factory OE suspension lift. Your trust in ReadyLIFT to provide high-quality, precision engineered products is extremely important to us. You can be assured that this all-new SST lift kits are the absolutely most reliable and best performing suspension upgrade option for the AT4/Trail Boss trucks.
AT4 - Max tire 305/55-20, 20x9 0 offset wheel
Trail Boss - Max tire 295/65-20, 20x9 0 offset wheel
When lifting a vehicle and installing aftermarket wheels and tires, a tire manufacturer's construction and material quality can alter vehicle ride quality. When increasing a vehicle wheel and tire size, most larger aftermarket truck and SUV tires are 8-ply (or more) E tires compared to typical OEM 6-ply C tires. This more rigid sidewall construction increases the perception of suspension stiffness often described as ride harshness. The ride, handling, traction, noise, fuel economy, and wear differences between All-Season, All-Terrain, Mud-Terrain, or Trail-Terrain type tires can be significant. Please take into account tire and wheel choice will generally have a meaningful impact on the ride & handling experience.