MaxTrac Shocks for Lowered Trucks 2200LL-3/MXT-2200LL-3
- Designed for stock or lowered trucks & SUVs
- Nitrogen charged internal chamber for consistent performance
- Maintains a comfortable ride quality
- Allows for proper suspension travel
- Improved handling and control
One thing you'll want to consider if you are lowering your truck or SUV is a new set of shocks designed specifically for lowered suspensions. MaxTrac shocks for lowered trucks will fit the bill nicely.
There are shocks for trucks or SUVs with up to 6" of drop or even no drop at all. All shocks are sold in pairs and come with a specific hardware pack to fit your particular needs. MaxTrac has designed these shocks as direct replacement items, so installation should be fairly quick and easy.
All MaxTrac shocks for lowered trucks are protected with durable powdercoat finish so they look good and resist rust. These new shocks even come with a limited lifetime warranty.
- 1988-1998 Chevy C/K Pickup 1500 2WD, w/ 4" of drop
- 1988-2000 Chevy C/K Pickup 2500 2WD, w/ 6 Lug Wheels, w/ 4" of drop
- 1992-1999 Chevy Suburban 2WD, w/ 4" of drop
- 1995-1999 Chevy Tahoe 2WD, w/ 4" of drop
- 1988-1998 GMC C/K Pickup 1500 2WD, w/ 4" of drop
- 1988-2000 GMC C/K Pickup 2500 2WD, w/ 6 Lug Wheels, w/ 4" of drop
- 1992-1999 GMC Suburban 2WD, w/ 4" of drop
- 1992-1999 GMC Yukon 2WD, w/ 4" of drop
- 2003-2006 Jeep Wrangler w/ 4" Lift
Limited Lifetime Warranty
MaxTrac offers a limited lifetime warranty on all of their suspension products against any defects in materials or workmanship. This warranty does not cover finish, racing applications, incorrect installations, abuse, neglect, or use on commercial vehicles. MaxTrac will repair or replace your item at their discretion. MaxTrac will not cover any costs incurred due to installation or removal of products, towing, freight, rental vehicles, or any other incidental or associated cost.
Since MaxTrac suspension components are designed to replace or enhance your existing suspension, there is no cutting or other modifications required to ensure a proper fit. You could install your own suspension, although we do recommend having a professional installation. MaxTrac recommends having your alignment checked after installing new suspension and adjusting your headlights if you have altered your ride height.