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This unique High Clearance suspension lift kit utilizes high arched crossmembers that blend perfectly with the angle of the factory installed lower control arms for a completely integrated look while lifting your vehicle a full 4-1/2" dramatically increasing ground clearance at the front crossmembers and improving operating geometry. A front differential skid plate comes standard, for increased off road protection.

 

The rear is lifted with a tapered 3" block for easy installation.

 

This highly customizable kit gives you the choices you need to build your rig your way. Standard or narrow track knuckle kits, gas shocks, and dual steering stabilizers are just a few of the options and upgrades available for this 4-1/2" Chevy/GMC suspension lift kit.

 

Track Width Option

This system is available with two different knuckle designs. The standard knuckle widens the track, but does not affect the turning radius. The narrow track knuckle reduces the total track width change by about 1.5" overall, but does increase the turning radius slightly.

 

Rear Lift Height Options

5" Block Kit

This system comes standard with 5" rear lift blocks.

BDS Glide-Ride Leaf Springs

Choosing this option replaces the standard block kit included in the lift with BDS Glide-Ride rear leaf springs. BDS Glide-Ride leaf springs will reduce axle wrap and create a more controlled and stable feel when towing. These springs are covered by the BDS No Fine Print Warranty.

 

Shock Selection

NX2 Series

BDS NX2 series gas shocks offer impressive performance on and offroad. They use a nitrogen charged, twin tube design with 10-stage velocity sensitive valving for lightning fast dampening and superior control.

Fox 2.0 Series

Fox 2.0 performance series shocks have been tuned and tested by both Fox and BDS Suspension to maximize performance specific to each application and to every BDS Suspension system. The basic shock design is based on proven Fox Racing Shox race products, but re-designed to maximize the ride quality, handling, and control of your BDS equipped truck or jeep, whether on or off the road.

 

Carrier Bearing Drop Kit

The carrier bearing drop is recommended for trucks with 2-piece rear driveshafts.

 

Everest Installation Includes:

  • Installation of lift
  • Installation of traction bars (If selected)
  • Alignment
  • Headlight adjustment

 

PLEASE CALL WITH QUESTIONS

We encourage you to call and speak with one our Everest specialists if you have any questions. We are always glad to help you with your purchase!

4.5" BDS Suspension Lift Kit (01-10 Chevy/GMC 2500/3500)

$1,850.00Price
Track Width Option
Rear Lift Type
Shock Selection
Carrier Bearing Drop Kit
Everest Installation
    • Torsion Bar tool required to load/unload the torsion bars.
    • Some welding required.
    • Requires frame bracket modification and differential mount modification.
    • Traction bars will not fit standard cab/short box models and are designed to work on vehicles with 4" to 8" of lift.
    • 20" wheels with 5" to 5-3/4" backspacing recommended to reduce trimming.
    • Gas models require exhaust modification.
    • Narrow track knuckle will slightly increase turning radius.
    • For tail high stance use #119157 add-a-leaf with the block kit or #069207 with leaf spring kit.
  • All BDS Suspension lift kits come with the security of knowing you purchased the finest lift kit in the aftermarket suspension industry. We back our commitment to engineering reliable, quality 4x4 off-road Jeep and truck suspension products with our unique "No BS Hardcore Lifetime Warranty".

    If you are the original purchaser of any BDS lift kit and it breaks, we will give you a new part. Period.

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