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Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

New coil over system from Halo Lifts for 1" - 3" adjustable lift

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Postby ferraiolo1 » Mar 20 2017, 8:21pm

Yeah you could drive up on a yeti cooler to add that extra yeeyee!


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Postby chevy2tuff2006 » Mar 21 2017, 8:02pm

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What is your exact set-up....suspension, wheel and tire size, body lift?
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Postby CFU9676 » Mar 21 2017, 8:19pm

Was looking at Halo's website and I am curious on the release date for the ultimate package. I also didn't see a part listing or price for the total chaos arms. I apologize if i missed this, but thanks in advance. I look forward to making a purchase if the date is not to far out.
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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby HaloLifts » Mar 21 2017, 8:26pm

To make up our Ultimate kit...we are needing the Boss matching rear shocks...they are set to be here 4/15/17. We are also waiting on the extended length U bolts for the 2.25" rear blocks...we are told they will be here next week, rear blocks are already here. Hope this helps. We will make a drop down tab option that adds the Total Chaos UCA's. Or you can just select them individually.

Just added these, I'll add the earlier years also:

http://www.halolifts.com/Total-Chaos-Up ... p_237.html

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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby CFU9676 » Mar 21 2017, 8:37pm

Thanks Alex for the quick response!
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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby Onlyina_Chevy [OP] » Mar 22 2017, 3:47pm

Had the truck aligned yesterday and all went well. Going with the 3" lift up front, the only thing they needed to do was adjust the toe. Caster still has a little bit of room for adjustment having aftermarket arms on it already. That being said, the aftermarket arms are a must.
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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby HaloLifts » Mar 23 2017, 9:38pm

Another set heading to Texas today!
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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby Onlyina_Chevy [OP] » Mar 24 2017, 7:18pm

Nice!

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What is your exact set-up....suspension, wheel and tire size, body lift?


My setup is the Boss Coilovers @ 3" with a 3" body lift. 325/65/18 tires wrapped around 18 x 10 -12 wheels.
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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby ferraiolo1 » Mar 24 2017, 7:20pm

you should paint your tie rods. they look rusty and icky
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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby judsonlimited » Mar 24 2017, 7:21pm

Onlyina_Chevy wrote:Nice!

chevy2tuff2006 wrote:
What is your exact set-up....suspension, wheel and tire size, body lift?


My setup is the Boss Coilovers @ 3" with a 3" body lift. 325/65/18 tires wrapped around 18 x 10 -12 wheels.


So you went 1/2" lower on the front?
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