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1999-2006 GM 1500 4x4 (CCM1500K)

Tool List:

     -Floor Jack

     -Jack Stands

     -Assorted Metric Tools

     -GM Torsion Bar Tool or Two Armed Gear Puller

Lift Instructions Front

  1. Park the truck on level ground and measure the height of the fender lip
  2. Jack up the front of the truck and support the frame with jack stands
  3. With an 18mm socket remove the torsion bar adjusting bolt
  4. Using a GM torsion bar tool apply pressure to torsion key
  5. Remove adjuster bolt retaining plate
  6. Slowly release the tension on the torsion bar tool
  7. With tool removed slide torsion bar forward
  8. The factory torsion bar key can now be removed
  9. Install new torsion bar key by reversing the install procedure
  10. Insert adjuster bolt about halfway as a good starting point
  11. Set truck back down and do a quick test drive
  12. Check height of truck and adjust accordingly.
  13. Have truck aligned

 

Lift Instructions Rear

  1. Lift rear of truck and support the frame with jack stands
  2. Remove lower shock mounting bolts
  3. With a jack under the axle remove the factory u-bolts from one side
  4. Lower axle enough to install block (if your truck came with a factory block the new one is placed on top) with the taller side toward the rear
  5. Raise axle back to leaf spring with the leaf pin in the center hole
  6. Install new u-bolts and hardware
  7. Repeat on the other side.
  8. Lower to the ground and torque to 85 ft. lbs.
  9. Install lower shock bolts

 

Shock Extension Bushing Installation

  1. Lift and support the front end of the truck with jack stands under the frame.
  2. Remove the front wheels.
  3. Remove upper shock mount nut and remove upper shock bushing half.
  4. Remove lower shock mount bolt.
  5. Remove shock.
  6. Remove the other half of the upper shock bushing.
  7. Install CCM Offroad steel shock bushing extension on to the upper shock stud.
  8. Reinstall the lower half of the upper shock bushing.
  9. Reinstall shock into truck.
  10. Reinstall upper shock mount bushing and nut.
  11. Tighten upper shock mount nut until the bushing swells slightly.
  12. Do this on both sides of the truck.
  13. Reinstall wheels and torque to factory specs.