Show off your 2015-2016 lowered tahoes and yukons

tglad

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I thought for weeks about how much to lower my 'hoe. I live in Minnesota where winters bring lots of snow. Also with trips to the cabin and the occasional treks down forest roads there, I wanted to lower but lot lose the functionality of this kind of truck, I mean the front air dam is low enough at stock height. My desire would have been a 2/4 drop using drop spindles up front and coils in the rear. The beauty of this truck is that it doesn't have air-assist shocks, so the lower process was super simple. I decided to just drop the rear to level it out. I bought 2" springs from Crown Suspension and had them in within an hour. The running boards are now parallel with the street and realized the roof line almost seems it's designed to be parallel at stock height. Now with things leveled, there is almost a slight downward slope to the roof line that I really like. I'm really happy with only dropping the rear for now. Some day maybe I'll do more but this keeps me very happy for now!

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This is exactly how out white 2015 sits. And I like the slight slope of the roof as well.
 

Slow5.0

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Belltech 2" Spindles, Belltech Adjustable struts, Belltech 4" Drop springs. Works out to about a 3ish"/4" drop. Like a dumbass, I didn't measure before lowering it.
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Eddie can you tell me what part # Belltech adjustable front struts did you use ?
Thanks
 

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Front is universal air strut bags over Bilstein 5100s. Rear is TBSS bags with 1/4 quick connect fitting tapped. Air management is Airlift 3H with dual 444C compressors and dual Seamless tanks 6x28. Wheels are 24x9.5 Status Juggernaut custom powder coated gloss black. 305/35 Yokohama



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Do you have links to the bags used on the front. I’ve been looking into bagging the front.
 

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This is my 2016 Yukon Denali with Tony’s 4/6 set at 3/6 with spohn uppers, lowers, and panhard bar. Has 24” Infamous wheels on 275/30 & 295/30.
The middle pics look like Heatwaves Spring Break Jam..... Haven't been down there since 2009 if I am right...
 

Ohannon7

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2019 Yukon XL

Belltech coilovers
Belltech rear springs (with 1” spacer in)
Belltech street suspension shocks
FTM

We have a large family so it’s not as low as I’d prefer.

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olyelr

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2019 Yukon XL

Belltech coilovers
Belltech rear springs (with 1” spacer in)
Belltech street suspension shocks
FTM

We have a large family so it’s not as low as I’d prefer.

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Nice!

Is this a 4WD?
 

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