Chevy Silverado 2001-2002, Rear Block Kit by ReadyLIFT®. Install Time: 0.5-1 hour. Ready to put a little rake into your pickup truck for style’s sake? Or do you need to raise the rear an inch or more to clear some nasty-sized tires? Or maybe you’re just compensating for some slightly tired rear spring leaves. Add 1” to 5” of rear suspension height with these cast iron factory-style spacer blocks.
- Replaces factory lift block, if any
- Raises rear suspension desired amount
- Easy install
- Cast-iron construction
- Lifetime Warranty
Not a cheap extruded spacer, these cast iron lift blocks from ReadyLIFT are manufactured exactly like the factory lift blocks in use on many pickups. The difference is they’re thicker. Easily installed: just lift the truck up on jackstands, remove the U-bolts, and factory lift block and slide the ReadyLIFT lift block in between the leaf spring and the axle. Install the new, longer U-bolt, and tighten the new nuts to snug it all up. It’s the perfect way to add an inch or two for heavy hauling, towing with a lot of tongue weight, or just to put a stylin’ rake on your truck.
Henderson NV is smack in the middle of a lot of off-roading activity. That’s where ReadyLIFT is based, in order to be close to their customers and their needs. About 12 years ago, ReadyLIFT founder and CEO Scott Poncher realized that there was a market for people who wanted to lift their trucks only a few inches, not the six inches or more that most lift kits were set up to do. A few inches were enough to make the truck’s stance level (instead of drooped down in front, as seems to be common today), or to accommodate slightly larger wheels and tires. There was no option for these customers that didn’t raise the truck more than necessary, was easy to install and reasonably priced. And so ReadyLIFT was born to bring a line of reasonably-priced, but still highly-engineered and well-made moderate-rise lift kits to market.