I upgraded my '19 Raptor to a Camburg Fox Elite setup and this device removed all the faults that occurred when I disconnected the LiveValve setup and restored my drive modes. Took about a minute to install with no problems so far.
By Chris Gunnar from Reno, NV
I had these installed on my 2018 Tundra. I did have a slight issue at first. The springs were not lifting the truck.. Only got 1.5” of lift at the maximum 2”of thread preload. Icon sent 700lb springs to try. They raised it 4.25” at the maximum thread mark. So I’ll brush it off as a mistake. The ride is excellent! Way better than the 3” spacers I had before. The South Elgin, IL store did a great job.
Will these coil overs work on a 2016 Chevy Tahoe PPV that has a Fabtech 4" lift, and will it raise it up 2 more inches?
Ryan from Webster on
After reviewing the 4 inch Fabtech lift system and the Icon 2.5 VS Coilover shock kit, it's difficult to say 100%. Icon recommends upper control arms with Uni-Ball joints as opposed to standard ball joints, which is what is included with Fabtechs kit.
Fabtech also uses a spacer for the factory front strut to extend its length. With the Icon coilovers having more travel ability I would be concerned with upper ball joint damage, so these coilover shocks do fit but additional wear and or ball joint failure would be a concern.
Additionally Icon part number 71505 is for pick ups, you are looking for 71005 for SUVs.
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