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Good afternooon!!
I just purchased my 2021 Tahoe RST about 3 weeks ago and I have already started modding it! I have a youtube channel centered around my build as well as my past builds of a 2020 ZL1 and a 2019 Silverado RST. I decided to join and share some insight for those that wish to lower your tahoes/yukons. I have been in talks with Maxtrac as well as Belltech and while neither company has even began R&D on a lowering kit yet... there is still an option!

For now, the best way to lower your 2021 Tahoe or Yukon 2WD is through the previous generation tahoe front lowering springs. Belltech part number 12462. These springs will lower your front end roughly 2". as for the rear, currently, the only option I have found is to take the front OEM springs you just took off, and install them in the rear! This gives your rear roughly a 2" drop as well!! While the install is not easy, it is definitely still able to be done in one's driveway, considering that is where I installed mine!
After installing mine, I reached out to Belltech and we are talking about shipping my truck to their facility to do R&D on it. Hopefully we can get that going soon and get an official kit on the market sooner!!

as for now, here is the video tutorial on lowering your 2021 Tahoe /Yukon 2wd for around $200!!!!

 

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Good afternooon!!
I just purchased my 2021 Tahoe RST about 3 weeks ago and I have already started modding it! I have a youtube channel centered around my build as well as my past builds of a 2020 ZL1 and a 2019 Silverado RST. I decided to join and share some insight for those that wish to lower your tahoes/yukons. I have been in talks with Maxtrac as well as Belltech and while neither company has even began R&D on a lowering kit yet... there is still an option!

For now, the best way to lower your 2021 Tahoe or Yukon 2WD is through the previous generation tahoe front lowering springs. Belltech part number 12462. These springs will lower your front end roughly 2". as for the rear, currently, the only option I have found is to take the front OEM springs you just took off, and install them in the rear! This gives your rear roughly a 2" drop as well!! While the install is not easy, it is definitely still able to be done in one's driveway, considering that is where I installed mine!
After installing mine, I reached out to Belltech and we are talking about shipping my truck to their facility to do R&D on it. Hopefully we can get that going soon and get an official kit on the market sooner!!

as for now, here is the video tutorial on lowering your 2021 Tahoe /Yukon 2wd for around $200!!!!

Great video. Couple of us have also done this as well. My question is how was your camber after it settled? I went from 37 inches up front stock height on 22s to now 34 inches and on drivers side I have -1.5° camber and -1.8° . I can’t get this back into the green on the alignment rack. Unfortunately we can’t use the Belltech camber cams due to different suspension setup as older model. Any info from your end?
 
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