6.5" Lift Kit-14-18 (19 Old Body) GM1500 4WD w OE Al or SS Ctrl Arms w Bil RrShk

6.5in Chevy/GMC Lift Kit | Aluminum/Stamped Control Arms

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This suspension kit WILL NOT WORK with any late model GM Truck or SUV equipped with MAGNERIDE from GMNOTE: Before purchase please verify if you have New Body Style or Legacy (Chevy)/Limited (GMC) on 2019 Silverado/Sierra 1500 - This part is for the Legacy/Limited Body Style
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Your Selected Product Fits These Vehicles

  • 2014-2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
  • 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Legacy
  • 2014-2018 GMC Sierra 1500
  • 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 Limited
What is this?View Complete Details
  • This is a complete knuckle style, strut spacer suspension lift kit for the 2014-2018 Chevy/GMC 2WD or 4WD (depending on application) – with OE Stamp Steel or Aluminum Control arms
  • Provides 6.5” lift height
  • Includes rear fabricated blocks that remove the factory block and rear Superlift shock absorbers or rear 5100 Series Bilstein shock absorbers or Rear Fox 2.0 Shock Absorbers
What does it include?
  • All brackets, cross-members, steering knuckles, strut spacers, rear block and u-bolt kit, and hardware specific to the 2014-2018 Chevrolet Silverado or GMC Sierra
  • Detailed instruction manual walking you step-by-step through the lift kit installation procedures suitable for do-it-yourselfers (DIY) or professional installation

Superlift Suspension Systems now available with Superlift, Bilstein 5100 or Fox® 2.0 Shocks:


Superlift’s true to the height 6.5-inch lift kit for the 2014-2018 Chevrolet Silverado or GMC Sierra 1500 are a great way to add height to your overall GM 1500 appearance. Superlift also offers a variety of shock options for the GM 1500 which allows you to choose your ride comfort.  Superlift Suspension intentionally over-builds our suspension kits to be the best. Our uniquely engineered design adds strength and durability and has bonus features that others do not offer.  

This kit includes front knuckles, front strut spacers, cross-members, a rear block and u-bolt kit and rear Shocks – Superlift, Bilstein, or Fox Shocks. All require parts are included to make sure your Silverado or Sierra handles and performance in all conditions.



  • True to the height Lift Kit at 6.5 Inches
  • Direct bolt-on (No Weld Design)
  • Adds clearance for up to 35” tires
  • Front and Rear – Superlift Shocks OR Bilstein® 5100 Series Shocks OR Fox® Performance Series 2.0 IFP Shocks



  • Retains OEM caster and camber alignment specifications
  • Maintains ride quality and handling characteristics
  • Designed using Original Equipment (OE) CAD data for accuracy
  • Corrects Front to rear Factory rake for a more level stance



  • Not recommended for AWD models
  • Does not fit models with Auto Ride or Auto leveling
  • Only fits models with Stamped Steel or Aluminum Control Arms
Tire Wheel Backspacing Offset
35 X 12.5 18 x 9 4.3 -6
35 X 12.5 20 X 9 - +12 to +18
305/65 R18 18 x 9 - +12 to +18
305/55 R20 20 X 9 - +12 to +18


IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: The provided tire/wheel fitments are approximate. Actual dimensions of a given tire size can vary considerably from one brand to another. Manufacturers' wheel offset and backspacing measurement points are not always consistent. Backspacing greatly impacts tire-to-fender clearance when turning. Wheel width and backspacing influence whether the tires protrude past the fenders, and to what extent. Considering these important factors, we recommend that you fit-check your tire/wheel selection prior to purchasing.


  • Installation time: 7-8 hours
  • Difficulty level: 3 of 5


Superlift shocks are twin tube, velocity sensitive hydraulic shocks. Bilstein shocks are a mono-tube gas pressurized shock. The Superlift shocks are coated with a white paint; the Bilstein shocks are a brushed steel body with a nickel and clear zinc finish. Bilstein shocks are more tuned for the application and offer more precise valving.


From 2014-2016 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 1500 Pickup trucks were available with three different equipped control arm set ups.  During this time frame, GM produce those trucks with 2 different knuckles – Aluminum and Steel.  Each style knuckle contain a different ball joint size. 

Superlift produces a kit for each set up for both 6.5 and 8 Inch Lift Kits.

2007-2013 – Cast Steel Control arms (K162)

2014-2016 – Cast Steel Control Arms (K160)

2014-2018 – Stamped Steel or Aluminum (K161)

Please refer to picture in order to identify which control arm your GM 1500 pick up has.

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Ryan S. Verified Buyer
21 June 2019
Mike is a friend of mine and when it comes to anything aftermarket, truck related, I place full trust in his advice and opinions. Gene has been an absolute pleasure to work with and when I have a question or needed anything at all, he was always right there to assist. This has been a great experience I will tell any of my friends or anyone looking to upgrade their vehicle to put full trust in th ... Read More
Ryan F. Verified Buyer
18 February 2019
Great, i love the locck
Randy S. Verified Buyer
21 January 2021
Great Quality Product
I put the 6.5" Bilstein lift into my 2018 Chevy Silverado 1500. It looks amazing! The ride quality is better than stock by far. Super Lift is Top Quality with 5 Star Service!
vincent emanuele candela Verified Buyer
23 March 2017
Asked for a coupon and
Asked for a coupon and they sent me one no problem! I really appreciated it. That did make the difference for my purchase, not only did I save a money but you actually responded to my inquiry and that made me feel valued. It took quite a bit longer to recieve shipment, I did get an email stating it would be a little later then expected and when I replied back to that email asking when, the date th ... Read More