Rear Springs - Longer Springs options for 4" lift over using spacers?

Tozan

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I have a discontinued Rancho 4 inch lift kit on mine it does not have spacers. My kit came with taller springs Rancho Part # 673B Coil Spring. Maybe you can get some from them... To run these springs you may need most of the parts on the upper half of this photo.

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I have a discontinued Rancho 4 inch lift kit on mine it does not have spacers. My kit came with taller springs Rancho Part # 673B Coil Spring. Maybe you can get some from them... To run these springs you may need most of the parts on the upper half of this photo.

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Thanks for the part number!
I sent Rancho a message and will see what they say.
 

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Thank you @gmartin1215 & @Tozan !
I'm following. I've got the 4" Lift Kit on my '15 Tahoe LTZ w/ 3" rear option. Running a pair of OE z71 rear coils springs and the 3" BDS spacers provided w/ kit. Fox CO up front, MAYBE set a little too high.
However, I really like the idea of using a rear spring for the lift instead of the spacers. When I spoke with coilspring.com (out of Kansas if I recall) they said that +3" is the most they could do for my vehicle.
I think the pricing was around $300-400 for the pair of custom springs...

Unfortunately, I do NOT think that the '07-'14 model years' rear coils are compatible with my '15-'20 model years'. Hoping you can get these RCs to maybe work!
 

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Thank you @gmartin1215 & @Tozan !
I'm following. I've got the 4" Lift Kit on my '15 Tahoe LTZ w/ 3" rear option. Running a pair of OE z71 rear coils springs and the 3" BDS spacers provided w/ kit. Fox CO up front, MAYBE set a little too high.
However, I really like the idea of using a rear spring for the lift instead of the spacers. When I spoke with coilspring.com (out of Kansas if I recall) they said that +3" is the most they could do for my vehicle.
I think the pricing was around $300-400 for the pair of custom springs...

Unfortunately, I do NOT think that the '07-'14 model years' rear coils are compatible with my '15-'20 model years'. Hoping you can get these RCs to maybe work!
2000-2020 are all compatible gm didn't change much of the rear suspension/frame for all 3 generations
 

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