COLORADO PRO-TRUCK-LIFT STAGE 1
FeaturesEibach's PRO-TRUCK-LIFT STAGE 1 combines our lift springs and sport shocks with height adjustable clips for increased tire clearance and improved on-and-off road performance.
- Matched system of lift springs and shocks designed for increased travel and performance
- Provides balanced ride quality, control and off-road capability
- Manufactured by Eibach using off-road race spring technology and OE quality standards
- Shocks individually tested for matched performance in each corner
- Made In U.S.A.
- Million-Mile Warranty
Note: Includes Pro-Truck Lift Springs and Pro-Truck Sport Shocks. Do not install with a factory 1" leveling spacer.
Note: We do not guarantee fitment, height or warranties on unlisted applications.
WarrantyLimited Lifetime Warranty
Eibach's Limited Lifetime Warranty covers products against factory defects in material and workmanship, other than coatings, when used on passenger cars and light duty (class 1-3) trucks under normal use and operating conditions.Learn More
Average Customer Rating
I wanted to wait atleast 5k miles before I wrote a review so I could get a good feeling of these shocks. I first installed these at the 2nd notch with the lift springs and a 1 inch block in the rear. Gave me a slight rake and I loved the stance. I orginally installed these at 38k miles with stock wheels and tires. These felt stiff on road and and even better body roll then stock with the same tires and 3 inches of lift. Offroad with stock wheels and tires was a bit bummpy at 25 psi and below 25mph, but when you would reach 45 to 60 mph on a open dirt desert road it actually floated like a cloud on the washboard roads. I was kinda shocked including my friends. I have driven a other Colorado with fox ifp shocks and a Colorado with bilstien 5100s and by far they actually felt the best on the dirt roads. At 43k miles I installed a 1.5 body lift and 285-70-17 tires and method wheels. The ride is actually better then stock wheels and tires, It kind of took a little stiffness out and made the ride quality over stock.
My goal was to gain a little height for a larger tire and more aggressive stance without changing the geometry of the truck. This kit gave me exactly 2 inches in the front (at the lowest setting) and I took advantage of the 1 inch gain you get from the rear shocks by adding a block. The truck now rides better 2 inches higher than it did on the stock Z71 suspension. As a guy that doesn't need a remote reservoir set up I think this is as good as it gets for quality pieces and an excellent ride on and off road.