- 2 x Custom front lift struts
- 2 x Custom rear lift struts
- Struts are stocked and usually ship same day
- Installation manual
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GM W Body
Bare struts, Loaded struts
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Custom modified strut lift kit for 2000-2007 Monte Carlo, 1997-2005 Buick Century and 1997-2004 Buick Regal. We now stock these struts for quick shipment to you! Get your rims installed quickly with this kit and avoid a 1+ week wait common with other strut modification jobs.
This strut mod lift kit gives you 3 inches of extra lift from your front wheel drive. Bolt-on custom lift struts for GM W body cars with strut style suspension in all 4 corners. These struts feature proper alignment geometry to get your wheels riding straight. Modification sections are CNC cut and feature adjustable alignment settings including camber curve. These specially designed struts will lift your car without your tire tilting inwards at the top, keeping your expensive low profile tires from wearing out.
The modified lift struts will move your lower spring mount up 3 inches, providing extra clearance for your tires to clear. This is the most common problem with lifting GM W body front wheel drive vehicles. When running 20, 22, 24, 26 or 28 inch rims, the tire will come in contact with the lower strut mount. The additional lift height will also allow you avoid major trimming of your fenders.
Complete kit with everything you need to lift the car including a detailed instruction manual showing how to install lift struts. Most people could handle installation with hand tools and a floor jack. We have sold and installed many of these kits and they work awesome when installing big wheels. The ride quality and handling is similar to stock.
We offer a lifetime warranty on the struts to be free from manufacturer defects.
cjones2007 – :
Quick and accurate
willie198822 – :
dezignergirl – :
EXACTLY AS DESCRIBED
dlt365 – :
bigbiggerbigestman1999 – :
Kit came faster then i expected .