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Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

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

Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby Onlyina_Chevy [OP] » Feb 22 2017, 12:38am

Boss' new 2007-UP GM Silverado/Sierra 1500 Boss Coilovers from Halo Lifts out of Broomfield, CO.
This new setup will deliver a flat cut a 700 lb/in Eibach coil spring with top cover and additional spacers under mount to give the driver his/her choice of additional height; spacers are 0.25" to 0.5" at the base which translates into 0.5" to 1" of additional lift to the 2" taller coilover system. The Boss shock body (made by Eibach Springs) is a 2" steel threaded for truck height adjustment (see picture below).


Once I get 'em in and on, I will post my review.

They've received 50 sets of the coilovers for new sales:
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One set prior to build:
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Boss Coilovers by HaloLifts part reference: Boss-GM1500
Extended length 471.3 mm , 355.4 collapsed length
2” steel threaded shock body, double clear blue zinc chromate dipped and plated. Can be WeatherWrapped by us in clear of Carbon vinyl.
Digressive valving similar to a Bistien 5100
5/8” main shaft
Heim joint lower mount, with Stainless GM mounting hardware with grade 8 bolts
Travel: 115.9 mm
Nitrogen filled.
Eibach 14” 700lb Silver spring

100% Parts and mounting pieces MADE IN THE U.S.A.
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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby aliasbane » Feb 22 2017, 12:41am

You have my attention on these, I'm interested.
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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby ferraiolo1 » Feb 22 2017, 12:48am

Coil over for everyone!!
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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby 19trax95 » Feb 22 2017, 1:00am

Looking forward to the review
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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby TooTall999 » Feb 22 2017, 5:05am

Any idea on the price?

I know, if you gotta ask ....you can't afford 'em...lol
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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby Onlyina_Chevy [OP] » Feb 22 2017, 5:09am

The front coil overs are $899 for the set.
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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby chev-mekanik » Feb 22 2017, 6:04am

Are they on yet?
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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby Rambodog » Feb 22 2017, 6:05am

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

Postby chev-mekanik » Feb 22 2017, 6:06am

How about now?
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Re: Upcoming Review -- Boss Coilovers for GM 1500 trucks

Postby ASTE25 » Feb 22 2017, 6:11am

Who is going to install them for you?
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