DJM Suspension DJM2515-4/6 Lowering Kit, 07-15 C1500, 4/6 Drop
07-15 Chevy Silverado 1500, 07-15 GMC Sierra 1500
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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 Calmax Control Arms, 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!
*NOTE: With lowering your vehicle 5 inches or more we recommend replacing your rear shocks with 1361900. The stock front shocks can be reused with this kit. The shock extenders correct the shock angle so they function properly and centers the rear axle.
*Note: 2014 and newer Silverado's come from the factory 2 ways, either with cast iron steering knuckles or cast aluminum steering knuckles. It is important to know what you have, before you order your parts.
- Fits 2007-2015 Silverado/Sierra C1500 with Cast Aluminum Spindles
- Front Drop: 4 Inches
- Rear Drop: 6 Inches
- 4” Drop Calmax Upper Control Arms
- 4” Drop Calmax Lower Control Arms
- 6” Rear Flip Kit
- Shock Extender Kit
- U-Bolt 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 CA2515-4 Calmax Control Arms,15-17 Chevy,4 In DropPart # 136CA25154Qty x 1
DJM Suspension RK2507-6 Axle Flip Kit, 07-15 C1500, 6 Inch DropPart # 136RK25076Qty x 1
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