GM Drop Spindles
- Maintains factory ride quality, geometry, and alignment
- Lowers the center of gravity for increased handling
- The high-strength ductile iron castings are powder-coated for additional durability
- Compatible with factory ball joints and tie rod ends
- Compatible with lowering springs, airbags, or coil-overs
- These spindles will increase the track width of your vehicle by approximately .450 in. per side. These were developed to allow the fitment of small diameter wheels (15 in. - 16 in.) that were popular at the time of inception. Please make sure you are aware of this increase in track width before you purchase these lowering spindles
Lower Your Vehicle with Ease
Belltech Spindles offer a 2 in. to 3 in. drop by moving the spindle pin higher on the spindle casting. This method does not hurt suspension or steering geometry and maintains the factory shock mounting length. Drop spindles will enhance handling, maintain a factory ride quality, and prevent excessive ball joint, tire, and shock wear that is typical with other lowering processes. The high-strength ductile iron construction meets and exceeds OE standards, so installing these spindles is possibly the safest, most reliable, and consistent method of lowering your vehicle.
Will these work on a 80s p3500 chassis
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