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2006 Tahoe 2WD MaxTrac Lowering

Discussion in 'The Suspension Source' started by Mike Karapetian, Nov 8, 2020.

  1. Mike Karapetian

    Mike Karapetian TYF Newbie

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    Hi everyone I'm new here and wanted to get some advice. I'm looking for a shop near me Im in los angeles area that does a good job of lowering my car. I bought the MaxTrac 3/4 Kit. I have a 2/3 lowering kit on the car now that came like that when I purchased the tahoe a couple of weeks back. Honestly the car to me doesn't look lowered at all and want to have it a lowered more not slammed with the 3/4 kit. Does anyone know if a good mechanic that can do this install. Im near Van Nuys, CA. Thank you in advance.
     
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    Welcome to the forum from Virginia. I’m sure someone has a guy they like in your area. Any thought on doing it yourself? Lots of videos for that mod out there. Good luck.
     
  3. Mike Karapetian

    Mike Karapetian TYF Newbie

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    Thank you for the welcome. Mechanically im not at all good. If I work on the suspension the motor might blow lolll.
     
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    Welcome to the forum from Iowa
     
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    Welcome to the forum. I would suggest going to the local shops and asking around, find out who is recommended. Probably a tuning style shop.
     
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