Chevrolet is one of the most famous American truck brands of all time so it’s no wonder that these tucks get so much love from workers, regular drivers, customizers, and 4×4 fans. Suspension modification is one of the easiest ways to install larger tires and improve the off-road capabilities of these trucks, so lifted chevy trucks are quite often met on the parking lots, highways and truck shows throughout the country.
Lifting a Chevy Truck – Popular Mods & Upgrades
Thanks to the classic body on frame construction and the use of shocks and leaf springs there are many possibilities for suspension modification. The aftermarket offers various solutions starting with simple body lift spacers up to advanced long-travel suspension conversions. 1-3 inch body lift is usually enough to install a set of slightly bigger off-road wheels and enjoy spirited off-road driving. Off-road racing or rock crawling, on the other hand, require more extensive modifications of the drivetrain and suspension components.
|Chevy C/K Truck
|Chevy Blazer K5
|Chevy S10 Pickup
|Chevy S10 Blazer
Chevy C/K Trucks
These models have built a reputation and made this brand famous throughout the world. Being extremely reliable and off-road capable these trucks became iconic for pickup truck enthusiasts, off-roaders, and desert racers. Along with GMC brothers, C/K truck line remained in production from 1959 until 2000.
Chevy Silverado became a successor of the famous C/K truck series and basically represented the new generation of these trucks. The reliable four-wheel drive system, tough chassis, and powerful motors could not leave the market indifferent and made this truck popular in America as never before. There were 1500 light duty, 2500 and 3500 heavy-duty models in various chassis and cab configurations. Despite remarkable 4×4 characteristics, these trucks were both popular on the street, custom and lowered truck scene as well as the off-road and lifted truck scene. View all posts about Chevy Silverado
Suburban is one of the oldest name brands that remains in production for more than 85 years, being one of the biggest SUV in history. Square body Chevy Suburban 1973-1991 is one of the most favorite models among the fans of classic 4×4 vehicles and customizers, thanks to it’s unique style and bulletproof reputation. View all posts about Chevy Suburban
Colorado is America’s most popular small pickup truck available on the market since 2004. This model is sharing the design and equipment of the blazer/S10 and a slightly shortened platform to fit within the common SUV size limits. View all posts about Chevy Colorado
Chevy Blazer K5
Blazer k5, also known as full-size Blazer was introduced to the market in 1969 as a part of the Chevy C/K truck family. It was a short base truck with a removable top and RWD or 4WD drivetrain. It was especially popular among the off-roaders, rangers, scouts and other outdoor occupations. In the 90s this model was replaced by Tahoe / Yukon. View all posts about Chevy Blazer
Chevy S10 / S10 Blazer
Due to the economic crisis of the 70s, the automotive market demands have changed and instead of full-size gas-guzzling trucks, it required more fuel efficient and environment-friendly vehicles. The S10 pickup truck and S10 Blazer were the smaller versions of the Chevy trucks that preserved the brand’s famous reliability, convenience, and design. Needless to say that these models have gained great success in America, a influenced the new niche on the market.
Tahoe is America’s most popular SUV available on the market since 1995. This model is sharing the design and equipment of the bigger Suburban and a slightly shortened platform to fit within the common SUV size limits. View all posts about Chevy Tahoe