Lowering denali in dfw

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  1. Willy Sheffield

    Willy Sheffield TYF Newbie

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    I just got into a 2011 Yukon Denali and was looking to lowering it with Norcals cornering kit. Was just seeing if anyone had any good recommendations on a good place to get it installed at here in the Dallas Fort Worth Area?


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    Don't know where you'd get it installed but I have a 2/3" lowering setup for sale for $250 if you're interested. It's the Mcgaughys 30010 kit.
     
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    These are very straight forward kits that majority of shops can do the job.

    Go on Yelp and see who has the best reviews and give them a call!

    Or you can check on the Regional section and ask them
     
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    Anything Automotive in Denton can do it, the owner has a dropped Tahoe himself. They quoted me $630 for labor with the free travel mod done as well. I wasn't in the mood to do my drop, I've done a couple in the past. But I ended up doing it anyways because I like saying I did it myself. This is a REAL performance shop, they'll do it right.
     
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    Thank you for all the replies . I'll check them out. I would also want them to do free travel mod


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    You're basically removing and replacing parts. If someone has the right tools they should be able to do it. The free travel mod is the trickiest part and it's not even that bad. Just gotta watch out for the fuel tank when cutting the brackets off.
     
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    Psshh yea the driver side is such a pain with that tank at least for me. The passenger side was a breeze


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