DJM Suspension CA2507-4 Calmax Control Arms,07-14 Chevy,4 In Drop
Tahoe, Yukon, Avalanche, Suburban 1500, Yukon XL 1500, Silverado 1500, Sierra 1500, Steel
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Calmax Control Arms allow you to change camber, caster, and ball joint angle making it possible for Calmax systems to drop trucks so low and still be able to align to factory specs. Calmax control arms are made from seamless DOM tubing featuring urethane pivot bushings. With this DOM tubular design the Calmax arms set themselves apart from other methods of lowering. Some applications you do not have to change coil springs to get the radical drop you are looking for. And sticking with the factory spring you don't lose any travel or have a large change of spring rate! Something only Calmax Control Arms can claim! Whether it be 3" Drop or a 5" Slam DJM Suspension has you covered with their Calmax Control Arms!
- 4 Inch Drop
- Upper and Lower Calmax Control Arms included
- Fits 2007-2014 Avalanch, Silverado, Thahoe and Suburban
Control Arm Instructions (PDF)
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