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Old 11-18-2015, 12:58 PM   #1
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Lifting my 97 Chevy Sportsmobile?

I'm thinking of starting a project next spring to put a mild lift on my Chevy van. Every car I've ever owned I've lowered so a lift is new to me. Any pointers I can get to start? Thanks!

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Old 11-18-2015, 01:40 PM   #2
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Re: Lifting my 97 Chevy Sportsmobile?

These guys seem to be the only ones offering a lift kit for GM vans... http://www.boulderoffroadvans.com/
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Old 11-18-2015, 01:49 PM   #3
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These guys seem to be the only ones offering a lift kit for GM vans... http://www.boulderoffroadvans.com/
Perfect and they are local to me. Time to start saving some $$
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Old 11-18-2015, 02:44 PM   #4
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Re: Lifting my 97 Chevy Sportsmobile?

Is your van a 2500/3500? If so, I just noticed this on their website...

LIFT KIT UPDATE:

WE ARE SOLD OUT OF THE 3" AND 5" LIFT KITS FOR 96 - 02 2500 8 LUG AND 3500 MODELS

THESE KITS HAVE ALSO BEEN DISCONTINUED.
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Old 11-18-2015, 02:54 PM   #5
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Nope. 1500
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Re: Lifting my 97 Chevy Sportsmobile?

I've posted several times about these guys. I had some suspension stuff done by Don and crew at boulderoffroad, they do nice work, their kits and 4X4 conversions for the Chevy's are really nice, fab work is top notch. Are you looking at just lifting or doing a 4X4? I say, save a little (maybe a lot) more and go for it......you in Denver?
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I've posted several times about these guys. I had some suspension stuff done by Don and crew at boulderoffroad, they do nice work, their kits and 4X4 conversions for the Chevy's are really nice, fab work is top notch. Are you looking at just lifting or doing a 4X4? I say, save a little (maybe a lot) more and go for it......you in Denver?
I'm in Arvada. On a 97 with 200k miles not sure about going 4x4. Maybe on the next one.
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