QA1 HK03-OBS1 Handling Kit, Level 3, 88-98 GM Truck C1500
88-98 Chevy C1500, 1988 Chevy C15, 88-98 GMC C1500, Polyurethane Bushing Material, Black
Want better handling for your 88-98 C1500? Turn to QA1's handling suspension kits for the performance level and ride that best fits your needs. Available in two different levels of performance, these handling kits include our front and rear coil-over conversion systems (also includes front and rear sway bars). This Level 3 system has up to 6" drop in the front with drop spindles and 4" to 7" drop in the rear with exceptional adjustability options. It is the perfect match for OBS owners with competition in mind while still allowing adjustability to cruise to the track in comfort.
- Each component is hand-selected to ensure compatibility and optimal performance
- Utilize QA1 coil-over shocks, providing superior performance and ride height adjustability
- Replace old, worn-out stamped steel components with high-strength tubular components
- Easy, bolt-in installation
- Made in the USA
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 15 business days for QA1 to ship this item.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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