1969-72 4" Chevy Pick Up Lift Kit

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1969-72 Chevy/GM pickups use a straightforward, durable, and relatively maintenance-free suspension design: solid axles front and rear suspended from the frame by leaf springs. The front and rear axles attach to the bottom of the leaf springs.

Generally, a 4" lift makes adequate room for 33" diameter tires, while a 6" lift provides the extra clearance needed for 35" tires.

Rear Lift - Using lift blocks is the most popular and economical method for lifting the rear of these GM vehicles.

Steering - This vehicle steers via a drag link that connects the steering box to the front axle knuckle. As ride height is increased, so is the distance between the steering box and knuckle, resulting in an increased drag link operating angle. With 4" of lift, excessive link angle can cause the vehicle to dart and drift. These bad steering traits are magnified as lift height increases. At 6" of lift, correcting link angle is a must, not an option. Failure to do so may lead to drag link end overextension (exceeding the end's ability to pivot) and failure.

Superlift offers three different steering correction products for
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1969-72 Chevy/GM pickups use a straightforward, durable, and relatively maintenance-free suspension design: solid axles front and rear suspended from the frame by leaf springs. The front and rear axles attach to the bottom of the leaf springs.

Generally, a 4" lift makes adequate room for 33" diameter tires, while a 6" lift provides the extra clearance needed for 35" tires.

Rear Lift - Using lift blocks is the most popular and economical method for lifting the rear of these GM vehicles.

Steering - This vehicle steers via a drag link that connects the steering box to the front axle knuckle. As ride height is increased, so is the distance between the steering box and knuckle, resulting in an increased drag link operating angle. With 4" of lift, excessive link angle can cause the vehicle to dart and drift. These bad steering traits are magnified as lift height increases. At 6" of lift, correcting link angle is a must, not an option. Failure to do so may lead to drag link end overextension (exceeding the end's ability to pivot) and failure.

Superlift offers three different steering correction products for

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