Chevrolet C2500 4 X 2 (1988-2000) ; Chevrolet Express 3500 4 X 2 (1996-2002) ; Chevrolet Silverado 2500 4 X 2 (1999-2004) ; Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD 4 X 2 (2001-2006) ; Dodge RAM 2500 4 X 2 (1994-2010) ; Dodge RAM 3500 4 X 2 (1994-2010) ; GMC C2500 4 X 2 (1988-2000) ; GMC Savana 3500 4 X 2 (1996-2002) ; GMC Sierra 2500 4 X 2 (1999-2004) ; GMC Sierra 2500 HD 4 X 2 (2001-2006) ; RAM 2500 4 X 2 (2011-2013) ; RAM 3500 4 X 2 (2011-2012)
Dodge RAM Applications: Fits diesel models only; Do not use on gas engine models; Commercial and snow plow use only; 2.00" lift from stock height.
Chevrolet and GMC Applications: No lift from stock height.
Will SuperCoils lift my truck?
Some SuperCoils are intended to lift your truck. Depending on the application, this is typically an inch or two. The lift is a functional lift, to provide additional load support for your vehicle. Other SuperCoils are designed to be at stock ride height.
Should I use SuperCoils or SumoSprings?
Both! SuperCoils are a replacement to factory coil springs. SumoSprings are an enhancement to your suspension. Sagging or over worked coil springs should be replaced with SuperCoils. Vehicles needing additional load support and/or increased ride comfort should consider using SumoSprings in conjunction with coil springs or SuperCoils. Most popularly, SuperCoils complimented with SumoSprings Solo (in place of factory bump stops) are a great suspension solution.
Can I use SumoSprings with SuperCoils?
Absolutely! There are a number of applications where using SuperCoils in the front and SumoSprings in the rear is the best choice. Or, using SuperCoils and SumoSprings Solo together.