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Belltech Lowering Kit

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    Riding low to the street doesn't just boost your handling, cornering and steering response. It also steps up your ride's style, presence and attitude. But, piecing together all the components you need for a front and rear drop can be a real headache. Take the guesswork out of modifying your suspension with a Belltech Lowering Kit.

    Everything you need to swing low in your sweet chariot is included with your Belltech Lowering Kit. Plus, some lowering kits can be customized with two types of performance shocks: OE-upgraded Nitro Drop 2 Shocks or super sport Street Performance Shocks.

    With over 25 years of lowering experience under their belts, Belltech knows a thing or two about how to design and build your suspension upgrades. Thick slabs of steel, spiral wound springs and ductile iron form the backbone of your Lowering Kit. And, every kit also comes complete with premium mounting hardware, instructions and a Lifetime Warranty.

    Belltech Lowering Kit Customer Reviews

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    107 Customer Reviews

    Beware of consequences when installing the 1000SP kit

    Reviewed by george s (ADDISON, TX) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-150 — Jun 21, 2016 2:10 PM

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    When installing this kit, be aware that you will be forced to go the max 3" in front as you will have a goofy looking truck if not (rear will be a lot lower than front). Lowering the 3" in the front also means you will need to notch the LCA brackets on the frame of the vehicle with a grinder in order to get the vehicle to align properly. The space between the axle and bump stop will be reduced to ~0.5"-1" so be prepared to bottom out without a frame notch. Will be redoing this lowering nightma

    Simple classy drop for a toyota

    Reviewed by Dan B (Brentwood, CA) Reviewed for a 1986 Toyota Pickup — May 14, 2016 2:14 PM

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    Fits great, instructions are good, this is the kit you should buy if you want to do it and do it right. I don't know the difference between these shocks and the cheaper version, but the ride is comfortable so I'm happy to have purchased this one. Do not skip the alignment, even bell tech stresses to do this.

    Bump stops

    Reviewed by Marvin P (Gardena, CA) Reviewed for a 1988 Toyota Pickup — May 12, 2016 7:24 AM

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    The kit is great I actual have had it for two weeks now but just started enjoying it few days ago, it would have been nice if the instruction would have said that I need to remover the bumpstops in the back .. Other then than that the kit is nice . My two front tires rub a bit but that not the kits fault . I wish the kit came with two short bumpstops . I mean at $588 why not add a couple short bump stops and less stickers (it's joke haha)

    Revised Ride

    Reviewed by David M (Annandale, NJ) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Tahoe — Apr 11, 2016 4:36 AM

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    My 2004 Tahoe has been a great ride but needed a little updating. This kit provided the look and ride I was looking. This kit and a new set of wheels modernized the truck for the equivalent of a couple months new truck payments. I'm a happy customer.

    belltech 2/3 drop kit.

    Reviewed by Juan G (Edinburg, TX) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Blazer — Mar 31, 2016 11:37 AM

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    The lowering kit ( 2 drop spindles/ 3 inch block ) was easy to install. Instructions were straight forward and parts were plug and play. I just wish that the instructions would incluse more info such as: make sure you cut the bump stop, differential cover will hit fuel tank fiberglass cover (cutting required), etc...