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Attention Coloradofans.com members!

Discount Tire Direct is offering the members here a significant savings for those looking to level their truck with Eibach Suspension! See the links below for special pricing - be sure to add to cart for total out the door pricing (offer ends 9/30/2019)

Pro Truck Lift System Stage-1 | GMC Canyon | eBay

Pro Truck Lift System Stage-1 | Chevrolet Colorado | eBay

For most 2015 thru 2019 GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado applications, the Eibach Pro Lift System (Stage 1) includes Includes Pro-Truck Lift Springs and Pro-Truck Sport Shocks to Level your ride!

Eibach Stage-1 Pro-Truck Lift System Details:
  • Perfectly matched system of lift springs and shocks for maximum travel and performance
  • Manufactured using race winning off-road race spring technology
  • Developed to provide balanced ride quality, control and off-road capability
  • Front Specification +2-3 inches
  • Rear Specification +0-1 inch
  • Manufacturer Part Number: E80-23-007-01-22
  • Made In U.S.A.
  • Million-Mile Warranty
This offer is only valid at Discount Tire Direct.
 

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This kit works great on 2WD also, if you wish to add for some tire clearance.
 

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I see the 15% discount, but there is no stock available. I saw above that you were having issue with the listings. Would like to purchase, please advise.
 

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I see the 15% discount, but there is no stock available. I saw above that you were having issue with the listings. Would like to purchase, please advise.
Hi, timcarnic-

Thank you for pointing this out. The suspension kit's listed in the OP are available and qualify for the 15% savings as noted in the listing (y)

The links should be back up shortly.

In the interim, you can contact DTD directly to place an order by phone. PM coming your way!
 

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Did this kit on the highest setting, with the diff drop, sway bar drop/relocator, and extended sway bar end links a bit Overkill but I was trying to keep factory angles best I could. And planning a winch in the future.
The big question I have is, I'm trying to figure out the largest tire I can shove in there now, without issues at full compression or turn and then without any rubbing on the stock rims.

I'm low on money after all the mods and as much as I would like the Falken wild peaks, or nitto grapplers, I'm thinking something more like the atturo trailbladed which aren't as wide.
Any help would be be appreciated
 

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Did this kit on the highest setting, with the diff drop, sway bar drop/relocator, and extended sway bar end links a bit Overkill but I was trying to keep factory angles best I could. And planning a winch in the future.
The big question I have is, I'm trying to figure out the largest tire I can shove in there now, without issues at full compression or turn and then without any rubbing on the stock rims.

I'm low on money after all the mods and as much as I would like the Falken wild peaks, or nitto grapplers, I'm thinking something more like the atturo trailbladed which aren't as wide.
Any help would be be appreciated
Check this link out (option 3) How to lift your Colorado or Canyon and what tires fit
 
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