Chevy & GMC Leveling Kits

BDS Suspension 2" Front Leveling Kit for 2007 to 2018 Chevrolet & GMC 1500 series 4WD

BDS Suspension Level Kit

Zone Offroad 2 inch Leveling Kit for 2020 to 2021 Chevy Silverado /GMC Sierra 2500 /3500 HD

BDS Suspension Level Kit

2014 to 2018 Silverado / Sierra 1500 Leveling kit

BDS Suspension Level Kit
BDS:714H
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2001 to 2010 Silverado and Sierra 2500 / 3500 2 inch leveling Torsion Bar Keys

Zone Offroad Level Kit

2007 to 2018 Silverado and Sierra 1500 2 inch Leveling Kit

Zone Offroad Level Kit
ZON:C1200
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2007 to 2010 Silverado and Sierra 2500 / 3500 2 inch leveling Torsion Bar Keys

BDS Suspension Level Kit
ZON:C1203
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1988 to 2006 GM 1500 series 2 inch Torsion Bar Keys

Zone Offroad Level Kit
ZON:C1201
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2005 to 2010 Hummer H3 2 inch Leveling Kit

Zone Offroad Level Kit
ZON:C1215
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2008-12 Colorado/Canyon 3.5 inch combo lift kit complete suspension system

Zone Offroad Lift Kit
ZON:C55
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2004-07 Colorado/Canyon 3.5 inch combo lift kit complete suspension system

Zone Offroad Lift Kit
ZON:C56
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Fitting larger tires under your Silverado or Sierra is as easy as installing a high quality Zone Offroad or BDS Suspension Leveling Kit.

There's not much that looks better than a set of tires filling your wheel wells. And now it's easier and more affordable than ever with a kit from BDS Suspension or Zone Offroad. We also stock a few items made by Performance Accessories to round out our product line up. A leveling kit varies by vehicle design but can include part such as upper or lower strut spacers on the late model Chevy and GMC 1500 series trucks to a replacement torsion bar key that is indexed to provide more lift to your suspension.

Although by definition a leveling kit is theoretically designed only to raise the front of your truck we also offer some kits that also provide a small lift in the rear to keep that rake that your truck has built into it from the factory so that the rear of your truck does not get lower than the front when you are hauling a load or towing a trailer.