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2014 GMC Sierra 1500 Gets 6-inch Lift Kit from Rancho

If any of you 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 owners are looking to increase the ground clearance of your pickup truck, then it’s time to have a look at Rancho Suspension’s brand new lift kit.
2014 GMC Sierra with Rancho lift kit 1 photo
Priced at $1,700, the kit that lifts the height of the 2014 Sierra by six inches comes with a one-piece subframe, high-clearance aft braces, front differential drop brackets, extended-length DOT-certified front brake lines and allows the truck to be fitted with up to 35-inch tires.

The new system passed the US FMVSS-126 test for rollover safety and can be had in either steel or aluminum and with multiple shock options, including Rancho’s RS7000, RS9000 and SR5000. The manufacturer says no drivetrain or exhaust modifications are necessary.

If you don’t have a 2014 GMC Sierra to use Rancho’s new lift kit on, then you should know that the redesigned truck is available in GM dealerships for a few months now and starts from $25,085.



 
 
 
 
 

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