Also, dropping the front with only strut and springs makes it really difficult to put back in alignment. I recommend getting 2 inch drop spindles and removing the drops springs from the strut. This will make your camber less aggressive.
So I looked at my dads 16 silverado with stock hangers. I couldn't really see any differences. I heard that the 2007 and up silverados all use the same frame until 2018. Better yet I was able to find a cheaper set with better reviews. Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07QFDFCTK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_11t.FbB2185QH?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 Truck photo:
You ever did the maxtrac flip kit? Could you send pictures of your truck and the clearance between the frame and axle.
Hey, I have a 2016 Silverado 4x4 crew cab and was wondering if I would have any alignment issues. I'm trying to go with a 3/6 but camber and alignment issues are what is really making me worried. The kit is a maxtrac which comes with 2 inch drop spindles, 1 inch drop spring, and a adjustable flip kit 5 to 6 inches of drop. Do any of you have experience with aligning a dropped 4x4? Here is the kit: https://maxtracstore.com/2014-2016-chevy-silverado-1500-2wd-4wd-1pc-drive-shaft-3-5-lowering-kit-maxtrac-ks331535/ Here is a picture of the truck(Note: this truck has been crashed before):
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