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DJM Suspension CS2351-3 1988-1998 C1500 Front Coils , 3 Inch Drop
DJM Suspension CS2351-3 1988-1998 C1500 Front Coils , 3 Inch Drop

DJM Suspension CS2351-3 1988-1998 C1500 Front Coils , 3 Inch Drop

88-98 Chevy C1500

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DJM Suspension CS2351-3 1988-1998 C1500 Front Coils , 3 Inch Drop
DJM Suspension CS2351-3 1988-1998 C1500 Front Coils , 3 Inch Drop
DJM Suspension CS2351-3 1988-1998 C1500 Front Coils , 3 Inch Drop
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DJM Suspension CS2351-3 1988-1998 C1500 Front Coils , 3 Inch Drop
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DJM Coils are computer tested and paired up to give you the most consistent drop you can have with a spring. Replace those factory front springs with these 3" drop coils to get that perfect ride height! Because it is shorter than factory, you need to use a shorter shock.  We recommend Calmax SuperShock PN 1361315, it matches up perfect with the 3" drop coils and has the proper valving helping to give a great ride.

  • Front coil spring 3" drop
  • Fits 1988-1998 Chevy C1500

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