2014 and newer Silverado’s come from the factory 2 ways, either with cast iron steering knuckles or cast aluminum steering knuckles. It is important to know what you have, before you order your parts. Click on the images below to help you identify your spindle!
So, how can I find out which spindle I have? Probably the easiest way is to turn your steering wheel all the way to the left (drivers side), should look like the image above, find your spindle. If it is dark, a little rusty looking it is a cast iron spindle. If it is silvery or shiny it is a aluminum spindle. If you have any doubt get another opinion or ask you mechanic.
It’s Easy to Choose!
Have cast iron spindles? You’re in the right place! Have Aluminum spindles?
Click here DJM2515-2/4 for the correct kit!
Here were introducing the Calmax Control Arms to the drop kit for the Silverado. Instead of changing coil springs we change the lower control arms, this retains your full factory travel without changing alignment or causing any wheel interference problems. It is simply the best way to lower the front of a late-model Silverado or full-size SUV
In the rear you are actually moving the axle from beneath the leaf spring to on top of the leaf spring. This is done by using DJM’s exclusive pinion adjustable axle brackets, complete with new U-bolts and spring plates. The kit also contains shackle hanger brackets which invert the way the shackles mounts the frame and a pair of longer shackles in order net out your 4″ drop.
(A clever way to get around those welded hangers!)
CALMAX Control Arms often allow you to keep your factory shocks! Here you can keep and DON”T have to modify your factory strut!!
CALMAX SuperShocks are the best choice for your project. Here you can choose the correct rear shock to work with these DJM parts