Livin’ High


Street Trucks - - THE JACKSON ’55 -

In 2015, BDS Sus­pen­sion de­buted its 5.5-inch sus­pen­sion lift kit for the new Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon, be­com­ing among the first on the mar­ket with a lift kit for these mid­sized trucks. When power pro­gram­mer and speedome­ter cal­i­bra­tor maker Hyper­tech bought a new ’16 Colorado Crew Cab Z71 as a pro­mo­tional ve­hi­cle, the crew wanted to add off-road ca­pa­bil­ity and rugged good looks. They chose BDS com­po­nents for the job, and both the truck and the sus­pen­sion kit were shipped to Port­land, Ore­gon’s Carolina Kus­toms for a com­plete build-up.

De­signed around BDS’ tested steer­ing knuckle and cross­mem­ber tech­nol­ogy, the kit pro­vides enough lift to fit 33-inch tires, while main­tain­ing the OE sus­pen­sion ge­om­e­try needed for smooth han­dling and ride char­ac­ter­is­tics. Along with the rugged, lifted de­sign that max­i­mizes ground clear­ance, this new sys­tem has passed the Na­tional High­way Traf­fic Safety Ad­min­is­tra­tion’s Fed­eral Mo­tor Ve­hi­cle Safety Stan­dard No. 126, and has been in­de­pen­dently cer­ti­fied that it will not af­fect the ve­hi­cle’s fac­tory-in­stalled elec­tronic sta­bil­ity con­trol sys­tem once the lift is in­stalled.

Wher­ever and how­ever you use your truck, BDS’ “No Fine Print War­ranty” and five-year, 60,000-mile drivetrain war­ranty will give you peace of mind. All BDS Sus­pen­sion lift kits are also com­prised of qual­ity 4x4 off-road truck and Jeep sus­pen­sion prod­ucts that carry a unique “No BS Hard­core Life­time

War­ranty,” which means if you’re the orig­i­nal pur­chaser of a BDS lift kit and it breaks, the com­pany will give you a new part—no ques­tions asked.

Uti­liz­ing a pair of heavy­duty ¼-inch-thick steel high-clear­ance cross mem­bers to re­po­si­tion the

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