MaxTrac Suspension has always brought us the most excellent suspension components the industry has to offer, and this week at the 2019 SEMA Show, the guys over at MaxTrac are releasing their latest coverage of the late-model GM truck with a lift kit. We stopped in at the booth and spoke with Mike Sun, Owner of MaxTrac Suspension, to get the scoop.
“At this year’s show, we are bringing you the latest from MaxTrac: the 2019 Silverado two-wheel-drive lift kit. This lift kit is 6.5-inches of lift, and it is really simple. We pride ourselves on these two-wheel-drive lift kits, and we’re excited to extend the coverage to the late-model trucks,” said Sun. “We redesign the spindles to alternate the location of the hub assembly. With our design, it keeps the factory geometry, ensuring a safe, comfortable ride.”
This kit totals less than $1,000, according to Sun. So, for guys looking to lift their two-wheel trucks like a four-wheel machine, for less than a grand, you can have that. Obviously, when you get into the four-wheel-drive vehicles, the price does go up because they aren’t spindled front ends.
For more information about this lift kit, or to find out what suspension parts MaxTrac Suspension offers for your ride, check out its website here. Stay tuned for the latest parts and news from this year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.