Static NNBS (GMT-900 07-13)

Discussion in 'Lowering Tech' started by Smith, Mar 19, 2012.

  1. dszx13

    dszx13 Well-Known Member

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    Belltech has 2 degree offset bushings for the upper control arms and a 1 degree cam plate kit. I had to use both at 6" drop up front

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  2. DeanH1290

    DeanH1290 Well-Known Member

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    Check out belltech, they make a camber kit that is good for 3.5* iirc. It includes 2* offset bushings to press into your uca and 1-1.5* camber plates that go on the mounting bolt. For those you have to extend the slot on your frame ears.

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  3. Frido91

    Frido91 New Member

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    Can i use both just in case i ever want to go 6
     
  4. dszx13

    dszx13 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah. That's what I did

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  5. Frido91

    Frido91 New Member

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    Cool bro thanks for the help
     
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  8. maxh

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    Wow it’s been awhile since I hit the forums... catch me on IG @maxh15

    Nonetheless need new wheels tires. 20” max- need the sidewall

    Are snowflakes and style 44 the same? I can’t remember.

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  9. maxh

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    Look at that my sig has expired lol
     
  10. maxh

    maxh GM

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    Cut a square out of the top of your front inner fenders - youll gain a little shy of an inch. In the rear, heat and hammer out the step in the wheel well. This is what I did before I tubbed the rear.
     

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