SuperLift 6-7.5 inch Lift Kit - 2009-2010 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra 2500HD or 3500 4WD - Bracket Style Kit with Superide Shocks or Bilstein Shocks
All brackets, cross-members, upper and lower control arm drop brackets, centerlink, shocks, rear block and u-bolt kit, and hardware required specific to the 2009-2010 4wd Chevrolet/GMC 2500HD/3500 pickup.
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This is the Superlift 6-7.5” Bracket Style lift kit with Superide shocks OR Bilstein Shocks for the 2009-2010 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD and 3500 as well as the GMC Sierra 2500HD and 3500 4WD pickups. Superlift offers 2 different lift kits for the Silverado and Sierra HD, this bracket style kit and a replacement knuckle kit (K869or K869B). Bracket kit vs Knuckle kit… which is right for you? Let’s start with the “pros” of the bracket kit.
The bracket style kit provides laser-cut bracketry that lowers the factory upper and lower control arms, in relation to the frame, to provide front lift. The 6" to 7.5" variable front lift height range is determined by torsion bar adjustment. The bracket style kit allows more torsion bar adjustment than the knuckle style kit. The lower control arms, plus the front legs of the upper control arms, are anchored by full-width crossmembers. The front differential assembly is relocated to alleviate CV axle and driveshaft angles, plus this lift method does not require front differential housing trimming, as is the case with most replacement knuckle systems.
The bracket style lift kit also maintains the OE track width and gives you more options in wheel height and backspacing. If you chose to stay narrow with the larger tire, you could retain the stock wheels. The bracket style kit is the “go to” kit for Chevy and GMC 3500 Dually.
That is the “pros” of the bracket style kits for the Silverado and Sierra HD’s…now the “cons”. The bracket style kit does require a replacement front driveshaft which Superlift does offer (part #3287). The driveshaft is required because the differential is lowered more than a knuckle style kit which could cause a front driveline vibration with the OE shaft. The bracket style lift kit also requires more labor hours to install. Those 2 factors add to the overall expense of the package.
NOTE: Superlift's replacement Front CV Style Driveshaft, part number 3287, is required if the vehicle is equipped with Autotrac.
NOTE: Some Gas HD models with single exhaust, a new, reformed section of exhaust crossover pipe is required to clear front driveshaft This 6-7.5” Bracket Style lift kit with Bilstein shocks for the 2009-2010 Chevrolet Silverado / GMC Sierra 2500HD and 3500HD 4WD is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.