2020 Chevy Silverado 3500 Dually Lifted – At the heart of these new 5″ lift kits John Offroad uses 1/4″ thick, American steel fabricated drop crossmembers to reposition the OE lower control arms. These crossmembers offer more ground clearance and are combined with a full-width Zone Offroad branded skid plate to create a stronger subframe with added protection for critical steering and driveline components. The factory steering knuckles are replaced by a pair of specially designed CNC machined ductile iron steering knuckles to maintain proper steering geometry for ESC system compatibility at high ride heights. The front differential is secured in its new location using factory mounting locations as well as multipoint differential relocation brackets that key the top crossmembers to extra stiffness and keep the CV axle operating angles as stock. These systems retain factory torsion bars to maintain ride quality and spring rate. A pair of John Branded torsion bar crossmember drop brackets to keep them in the correct position to compensate for lift. A set of specially tuned FOX 2.0 Adventure Series IFP shocks are supplied to further enhance ride quality and provide improved offroad damper performance. Rounding out the front of this new 5″ lift kit are longer sway bar links to correct the sway bar operating angle, bump stop extensions to accurately limit travel and extended length stainless steel brake lines.
Behind this 5″ lift kit, a tapered rear 3″ lift block and long black E-coated U-bolts for lifting and leveling position. These blocks use an offset in place to properly center the rear axle. Rear brake line brackets are supplied to allow you to retain your factory rear brake lines. At the rear is a pair of FOX 2.0 Adventure Series IFP shocks to match the front and provide improved damper performance. These systems allow clearance to install tires up to 37″. All hardware is supplied with detailed step-by-step instruction sheets. All Zone Offroad kits include factory protection plus the ultimate extended warranty to include Zone Offroad’s limited lifetime warranty, ESC system compliance certification and a 5-year-100 mile drivetrain warranty.
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*Note*: These shocks only work with factory OEM mounts. If you have lift kits that modify the stock mounts eg: Rough Country lift then these shocks will not work.
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What is the final taxi height? Will this fit an 84” garage door I use an 18 wheel. What I need to do is what color is the truck in the picture? Iridescent Pearl Tricot or Summit White? What size rims and tires are on the truck in the picture? And what back spacing do you have this lift kit in stock 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD ARKON Off-Road Mandela 20×12 -51 | Nitto Terra Grappler G2 35″x12.5″ | Zone Suspension Lift 3″
Will 20×12 -51 wheels on 35″x12.5″ tires fit a 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD 4WD with zone suspension lift 3″?
Yes they do! This 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD 4WD is running on ARKON Off-Road Mandela 20×12 wheels, Nitto Terra Grappler G2 35″x12.5″ tires on Zone Suspension Lift 3″ suspension, and needs minor plastic trimming and is completely light. As you can see from the pictures this wheel and tire combo can be done!** This is a 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD, with a stance super aggressive 3″-5″. Also remember the spacer impact fitment, this ride has none in the front and none in the rear.
** We always recommend finding two vehicles that have achieved this fitment, as this information is based on the owner of the vehicle. Although we review each gallery page, there are so many variables that we cannot verify that every fitment is possible or correct. However, if all the other kids are doing it, it must fit!!
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Old browser detected Unfortunately we no longer support Internet Explorer. We recommend that you use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge. The Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD is now two years old, and it’s getting a few minor upgrades to keep it fit to fight the competitive pickup truck segment in the United States. It’s still powered by the same engine options, including the standard 401-horsepower gas V8. The Duramax 6.6-liter V8 turbodiesel is still the boss, however. It produces so much torque (910 lb-ft) that the 3500HD needs additional reinforcement in the chassis, axles and joints. Thanks to its sheer bulk, the Silverado has ample room for passengers should you decide to fold back. For 2021, its 35,500-pound towing capacity was increased to 36,000 lbs to compete with the Ram 3500’s 37,100 lbs and the F-350’s 35,750 lbs.
Almost no changes are happening to the 2022 3500HDs. There is a new paint color – greenstone metal. Additionally, a multi-flex six-position tailgate is now available as an option on all trims. There are also some very minor specification changes.
Chevrolet decided to keep the design of the Silverado 3500 HD the same, although it completely revised the underpinnings last year. This is very possible because the design already required this to happen. It conveys toughness, stability, and a no-nonsense attitude to hard work. However, with so many models in the lineup, there is still a lot of variety when it comes to overall exterior appearance. All models have a few things in common: double barrel headlights and an extra-large grille, slab-sided side view with aggressive hunches on dual rear wheel models, and a basic set of tail lights. Most models have “Chevrolet” printed in a stripe on the grill, but the High Country gets the famous Chevy bowtie. Similarly, the top-level trim gets 20-inch alloy wheels as standard, while the rest get 18-inchers. DRW models get slightly smaller 17-inch rims.
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There are three body styles to choose from, so dimensions vary. The regular cab with long bed has an overall length of 235.5 inches. A double cab with a standard bed is 240.5 inches with the standard bed and 256.5 inches with the long bed. The Crew Cab is 249.95 inches long with a standard bed and 266 inches long with a long bed. In terms of wheelbase, 141.55 inches is the shortest option, while the long-bed Crew Cab has an impressive 172-inch wheelbase. Overall width ranges from 81.75 to 81.85 inches in SRW guise or 96.8 in DRW, while overall height ranges from 80.2 inches to 80.94 inches between configurations. The lightest model in the range is the 6, single-rear-wheel regular cab at 231 lbs. Weighing in at 8,300 pounds, the Crew Cab is the heaviest model with a long bed, diesel engine and dual rear wheels.
The Silverado 3500HD comes standard with a 6.6-liter naturally-aspirated V8 engine producing 401 hp and 464 lb-ft of torque. It’s mated to a six-speed automatic transmission that sends power to the rear wheels, but four-wheel drive is available on all models. Providing 0 to 60 mph figures for this truck is pointless, but it can reach a top speed of 91 mph. The way this engine delivers its power is very important, and its performance in this regard is excellent. Full torque is available from 4,000 rpm. It offers enough power for most situations, but the V8 diesel is the answer if you want the ultimate.
The 6.6-liter V8 turbodiesel is mated to a ten-speed automatic transmission. It generates 445 hp and 910 lb-ft of torque from just 1,600 rpm. Couple that with a more robust chassis, and you have a class-leading towing machine capable of towing 36,000 lbs in gooseneck configuration. Conventional tow ratings are between 14,500 lbs and 20,000 lbs depending on the model.
With an independent suspension at the front and three-stage leaf springs at the rear, the Silverado wasn’t going to deliver driving thrills. Leaf springs provide a firm platform for towing and hauling, but with an empty bed, the ride is bouncy. This is not a criticism, as it is par for the course in this section. All these trucks bounce without load.
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The gas engine and its six-speed automatic transmission are pretty good, but the V8 turbodiesel and its ten-speed make the starter pair feel sluggish. With so much torque and such a wide spread of ratios, there’s never a situation where the truck feels sluggish. But excessive power and weight means you need decent brakes. The standard brakes are epic, and Chevrolet includes electronic nannies to keep everything steady. The chances of needing nannies are slim, as the Silverado has an inherent stability that we appreciate.
The steering is decent