2007-2013 GMC Sierra 2wd/4wd 3/5" Lowering Kit - MaxTrac KS331335
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Posted by Lance on …
I probably spent at least a year reading every form out there about lowering 4x4 trucks. Then looking at a lot of different companies trying to decide who to go with. MaxTrac seemed to be the best possible choice for me. Affordable and good quality parts. The 3/5 kit doesn’t bind up your 4x4 CV shafts. The only thing that the lowering kit does impede is a little bit of tire rub but that is not the fault of MaxTrac that is due to my tire/rim selection. This kit was installed in three days in my garage. Also after the kit was installed I took it to a shop to get aligned and no issues. I also asked the shop how long they would have taken to install this lowering kit and they informed me it would have been 3 days and 3500$. I hope this length explanation helps y’all in your decision. One last thing to add was there is only one other company currently that actually has “2wd-4wd” in their lowering kit description. Unfortunately I can not post a picture of my truck here but if you go over to my instagram Jeep_wing there will be a picture of what my truck looks like after installation.
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