If you suffer from the “Stink Bug Look“, if factory ride height is just to high, your friends have “the look” and you don’t, were here for you! We can help you style your truck or suv, get you the stance you want and help you install it yourself!
Here’s why we do it! Not that long ago, before the internet, the only way to find information on how to lower your truck, and find parts to do it was a local speed shop and a few magazines from newstands. There were a couple of good magazines written by enthusiasts for enthusiasts but they turned into corporate run, written collections of advertisers mailed to you every month. Good for stock holders, bad for the enthusiasts. The good, doable tech articles turned into a freak show of wildly modified trucks that we couldn’t do at home even if one of our buddies had a well equipped garage, most of us needed to drive our trucks to work on Monday morning anyway! 6 month makeovers were fun to read about but didn’t help us much. That’s where DJM University comes in, here is a collection of actual magazine tech articles as well as “how to” articles written for the web. Performance and Style helps you with topics related to lowering. Tools of The Trade section is great, there you learn about the different suspension parts used to lower trucks and suv’s, how they work and what might be the best choice for you, your truck, your tools and skill level. How Lowering Works are articles about actual installations and how they were done. GarageX are fun videos from our friends in New England installing parts outside in the dead of winter proving that you can do it too! Plus a direct link to calmaxsuspension.com a blog dedicated to tech questions from anyone about lowering trucks and suv’s. Pictures, video, everything you need to make the right choice for you. Now you walk out to go for a ride there is a giant smile on your face when you get in and fire her up!
So it’s your turn, learn what you need to lower your project truck, find the right parts, and send us a picture of what you’ve done. We would love to see!