DJM Suspension DJM1029-4D Lowering Kit,95-99 GM SUV,4-Dr,4/4 Drop
95-99 Chevy Tahoe, 95-99 GMC Yukon
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Lowered trucks handle better, look better and, when lowered correctly with properly engineered and quality matched components, they ride nice as well!
DJM Suspension has thought of everything for this kit! New Drop Spindles, Axle Flip Kit and everything you need to get that perfect ride height! This kit is ready to go out of the box and installs in the factory location!
This kit will require you to C-Notch your frame as this is the best way to drastically lower the rear end of your truck. Support brackets are included to reinforce your frame as well as DJM’s adjustable axle brackets.
*Note: With lowering your vehicle 5 inches or more we recommend replacing your front shocks with 1361415 and 1361700 for driver rear and 1361800 for passenger rear. The shock extenders correct the shock angle so they function properly and centers the rear axle.
- Fits 1995-1999 Tahoe/Yukon 4-Door Only
- Front Drop: 4 Inches
- Rear Drop: 4 Inches
- 2" Drop Spindles
- 2" Drop Front Coil Springs
- Rear Flip Kit
- All Mounting Hardware
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
DJM Suspension DS2056-2 Drop Spindle, 1992-1998 C1500,2 Inch DropPart # 136DS20562Qty x 1
DJM Suspension CS2351-2 1988-1998 C1500 Front Coils , 2 Inch DropPart # 136CS23512Qty x 1
DJM Suspension FK1029-4D Axle Flip Kit 95-99 GM SUV,4-Dr,4In DropPart # 136FK10294DQty x 1
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