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188.05 In stock

Fitment

YearsDriveMakeModel
1988-1998 2WD Chevrolet 1500 Pickup
1988-1998 2WD GMC 1500 Pickup

Features

  • 1988-1991 Standard Cab 2wd ONLY
  • Will Work On 1" Thick Rotor ONLY
  • For Other Cab Configurations and 1.25" Thick Rotors Use (100520H)
  • Used In 2/4" Lowering Kit With Shocks (KS330524)
  • Used In 2/4" Lowering Kit Without Shocks (KS330524-NS)
  • Used In 3/5" Lowering Kit With Shocks (KS330535)
  • Used In 3/5" Lowering Kit Without Shocks (KS330535-NS)
  • Used In 4/6" Lowering Kit With Shocks (K330546)
  • Used In 4/6" Lowering Kit Without Shocks (K330546-NS)
  • 2wd ONLY
  • 15 Inch Wheel Requires Trimming Of Lower Control Arm (NOT Recommended By MaxTrac)
  • Any Trimming Done Is At Your Own Risk And Against MaxTrac Recommendation

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MaxTrac 2" Lowering Spindles - 100520L

Brand: MaxTrac Suspension | SKU: FRFC-100520L | Part Number: 100520L
SKU: FRFC-100520L Category: Lift Kits 4 Less

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1988-1998 GM 1500 2WD 1" Thick Rotors

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    MaxTrac Suspension has one of the broadest lines of spindles, which cover both lowering and lifted applications. Their spindles are designed to be direct bolt on installation, not requiring any cutting or modification to your stock vehicle. MaxTrac's one piece ductile steel spindles exceed OEM quality, maintain alignment, and keeps the stock ride quality true. If you're using a 15in. wheel with the application of these spindles, you will need to trim the lower control arm for clearance issues. This is not recommended, has not been tested, and any person doing so is doing it at their own risk and againts our recommendation.