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Old 04-28-2014, 05:56 PM   #11
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I was not aware that I could do the flip kit and not notch the frame.. I have a hard time doing anything other than "boltons" and very minor work on a $38k truck under warranty. But if it's able to be returned to factory then it's very much an option. On most of the flip kits is the pinion angle addressed? My already huge 78" driveshaft won't take any error I'm afraid. Thanks for the quick response.
The Belltech flip it is not a bad DIY install. If you can follow instructions and have basic tools you can get it done. Just save the hangers so you can easily return back to factory if need be.
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802cubes, let me know if you figure anything out.
Thanks Mate. I will. It will happen one way or the other
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That truck is perfect , badass , clean , badass !

What's under the hood ?
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That truck is perfect , badass , clean , badass !

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A monstrous 4.3 V6. just kidding, nothing special under hood.
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I have an 08 Denali crew cab AWD. I want to do a 4/7 drop. I have lowered the front with 2" springs and the back with 2" hangers and blocks taken out. Right now it rides rough. So now i want to go lower so, I ordered a flip kit and im going to do a c notch to. I would like to know what shocks would be best for me. For the front if I should do 2" drop spindles or bell tech struts. Where you can go them 2+ to 2-. thanks
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What's the best 3/5 drop for a 2011 CCSB Chevy 5.3? Is it a DIY or take it to a shop job?
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I have an 08 Denali crew cab AWD. I want to do a 4/7 drop. I have lowered the front with 2" springs and the back with 2" hangers and blocks taken out. Right now it rides rough. So now i want to go lower so, I ordered a flip kit and im going to do a c notch to. I would like to know what shocks would be best for me. For the front if I should do 2" drop spindles or bell tech struts. Where you can go them 2+ to 2-. thanks
To be honest, I would ditch the front coil spring and go with Belltech's 2511 spindle paired with the Belltech strut. You may also need the camber bushings to achieve good alignment specs. Rear Street Performance shocks will do the job. Part# 2210ff

Note you will need to return your shackle back to factory when installing the flip kit.
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What's the best 3/5 drop for a 2011 CCSB Chevy 5.3? Is it a DIY or take it to a shop job?
If you have the tools and patience then the job can be done within your home garage.

I would go with the Belltech Part#2511 spindle, Belltech Struts with the Belltech 5" to 6" Flip kit, Part #6521. Also will need rear shocks, Part # 2210FF.
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Thanks guys. I took your advice and it turned out great. It rides so good.
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Thanks guys. I took your advice and it turned out great. It rides so good.
Glad everything worked out for you!
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