Peak Suspension ZR2 Coilover Conversion Summit Kit w/ AAL
Combo saves 5% over buying individually!
The Peak Suspension Summit Combo Kit gives you the complete package. We have included the Peak Suspension Coilover Conversion, Peak Suspension Upper Control arms and Peak Suspension Add-a-Leafs. Not only do you get adjustable lift from the Peak Coilover Conversion kit but also receive additional droop and more stability from the control arms. Plan to make your way to the Summit? We have you covered.
Whether you’re looking to bring the front of your truck up to eliminate the stock rake, improve the OEM ride and capability, or compensate for weighted front modifications, Peak Suspension has designed this coil-over conversion kit for your Chevy Colorado ZR2.
Through extensive on and off-road testing we have been able to modify the ride height of the front of your ZR2 without compromising the awesome capability of the OEM DSSV Multimatic shocks!
This kit allows you to select a custom rate and then adjust the threaded collar to your desired ride height from 0" - 2.25" of lift as well as a rear add-a-leaf to provide 1.0"-1.5" and 700lbs load capacity depending on weight.
- Threaded adjustable spring perch 0-2.25" height adjustment
- Selectable rates for fine tuning and weight compensation (bumpers, winch, etc)
- Black anodized 6061-T6 Aluminum Construction
- Designed and Manufactured in the USA
- (2) Aluminum 3.0" Spring adapter top mounts, Black Anodized
- (2) Adjuster assemblies, Black Anodized
- (2) Eibach ERS 3.0" ID Springs in rate of choice, Silver
- (2) Spanner Wrenches for height adjustments
- (2) Peak ZR2 Upper Control Arms w/ Hardware
- (2) Rear AAL
- 2017+ Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Gas & Diesel
- OE ZR2 Rate is 595 lbs/in for Gas Motor (Stock weight recommended rate 550 lbs/in)
- OE ZR2 Rate is 695 lbs/in for Diesel Motor(Stock weight recommended rate 650 lbs/in)
- For anything above 2" lift height, we recommend our Diff Drop Kit to prevent stress on the CV joints by correcting the angle.
Diff Drop Located Here:
Download Instructions Here: