Low Slung Tundra
Airbagit has just put the finishing touches on their all-new Street Scraper back half kit for '07+ Toyota Tundra models. The Street Scraper kit is 100-percent bolt-on, and will lay frame on 24s (33-inch tall tire). If you're looking to drop your fullsize Toyota on the pavement, the Street Scraper is a great option to drop the rear. Airbagit has also constructed control arms and a strut delete kit that will lay 24s in the front as well.
Locked and Loaded
Rancho has stepped up their game and improved upon their popular QuickLIFT technology and have come up with the all-new Loaded QuickLIFT shock absorbers that now include an application-matched and installed coil spring and upper mounting plate. This means that the entire assembly is ready to install straight out of the box. Expect to receive 1-to 2.5-inches of lift in the front, which will not only level your truck's ride height, but also create room for a larger, more aggressive wheel and tire combo.
McGaughy's new 2/4 drop kit for '09-'10 Ford F-150 2WD models is sure to be a hit amongst die-hard Blue Oval owners. The kit features a front coil relocator, new hangers, a flip kit, bumpstops, and shock extenders for the rear. The kit maintains use of the factory shocks, which means you'll save money by not having to buy more parts. Better yet, this all-inclusive kit will work perfectly with standard, extended, and quad cab models. The kit is 100-percent bolt-on and is the perfect project for a weekend in the garage.
Low Budget Lowering
Ground Force knows that it's hard these days to justify spending your hard earned money on parts for your truck, which is exactly why they have designed their G1 Price Buster kits to deliver maximum results on a minimal investment. The G1 Price Buster kit includes Ground Force's patented 2-inch drop spindles, and newly-developed lowering springs that do not require shock extenders for added value. All products feature the same great quality that Ground Force is known for at a price that will have the most frugal of penny pinchers smashing their piggy banks.