The owner of this 2006 Chevy Silverado didn't want to do a full lift, but rather a leveling kit fit his needs. This duramax is normally used to tow toys of all sorts & it is used to its full potential. Already having 17" chrome wheels mounted on Wrangler tires, the Pro Comp Torsion Key leveling kit was installed. Shortly after; the gas charged, silver Bilstein shocks were bolted into all four corners of the truck. Keeping this truck mild & reliable is what the customer had in mind & he accomplished that by doing a couple simple bolt on modifications.
Upon returning from Iraq, our customer was in need of some fun. He decided that a brand new Ford F-150 might just fit the bill. So he brought in his, fresh off the showroom floor Ford F-150 crew cab. He wanted to keep it mild yet have it look wild. A Pro Comp 3" Leveling kit was installed & the front end now sits level with the rear of the truck. To get that aggressive look desired, a set of black 20" KMC Addict wheels were mounted to a set of 35" Mickey Thompson tires. This truck went from mild to wild with a just a couple of modifications.
This customer came to us wanting to slightly lower his Dodge Challenger. While already having 22" wheels on the car, a mild drop was in mind to keep the stock ride quality yet have that mean lowered stance. A set of Eibach lowering coils were installed which had the fenders hugging the tires while having no rubbing issues. This clean cut Challenger is sitting low & cruising the streets daily.
This customer had a 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT 8 & wanted to fine tune the handling characteristics. Removing the already race designed factory coils, front & rear Eibach Pro Series coils were installed along with Eibach anti-sway bars. With the car closer to the ground & ready to beat the pavement into submission, a Hurst short shifter was installed to close the gap from gear to gear. Saying that this car is fun to drive is a understatement, as there is very little body roll & each gear is closer than the tire to fender gap. This retired police officer wanted a car a little badder than the cars he had been pulling over & he certainly achieved that goal.
Nothing looks better than a brand new vehicle right off the show room floor. Oh wait, taking that brand new vehicle, in this case a 2010 Cadillac Escalade, and bolting some 26" Lexani wheels on it just about does it. The customer wanted to keep it clean & still have something custom. A Mcgaughys leveling kit was installed. Then some minor trimming was done up front in order to keep the stock turning radius & not tear the fender wells apart. When done, this Escalade was ready to hit the streets.