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Fits: 81-87 C10 Light 1/2 Ton (1" Rotor)

PART# 13200

Qty: Pair

Fits: 73-87 C-30 Reg/Ext Cab , 73-87 C30 Reg/Ext Cab , 73-91 C-30 Crew Cab/Suburban , 73-91 C30 Crew Cab/Suburban

PART# 13600

Qty: Pair

Fits: 1988 C3500 1 Ton Reg. & Ext. Cab (Use With '89 Upper Ball Joint), 88-99 C2500 3/4 Ton (With 8 Lugs), 89-99 C3500 1 Ton Reg. & Ext. Cab (Late Body Styl ...

PART# 13700

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Fits: 60-62 C20 3/4 Ton (Requires Disk Brakes)

PART# 14260

Qty: Pair

Fits: 63-70 C20 3/4 Ton (Requires Disk Brakes)

PART# 14263

Qty: Pair

Fits: 88-98 C1500 Heavy 1/2 Ton (Ext. Cab & SS454), 88-99 C2500 3/4 Ton (With 6 Lugs), 91-92 C1500 Heavy 1/2 Ton ("Work Truck"), 92-98 C1500 Heavy 1/2 Ton ( ...

PART# 12500

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Fits: 60-62 C10 1/2 Ton (Requires Disk Brakes)

PART# 13160

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Fits: 63-70 Chevy/GMC (Full Size SUV), 63-70 Chevy/GMC (Full Size Truck)

PART# 16370

Qty: Kit

Fits: 71-72 C20 3/4 Ton

PART# 14271

Qty: Pair

Fits: 60-62 C10 1/2 Ton (Requires Disk Brakes)

PART# 11060

Qty: Pair

Fits: 73-87 C10 Heavy 1/2 Ton (1 1/4" Rotor)

PART# 11073

Qty: Pair

Fits: 99-06 C15 Avalanche, 99-06 C15 Escalade, 99-06 C15 Pickup, 99-06 C15 Suburban, 99-06 C15 Tahoe, 99-06 C15 Yukon

PART# 12508

Qty: Pair

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For 1955-1957 Chevy Tri-5 2" Drop, Forged 2 Piece Spindles (Sold in pairs)

2004-2010 Chevrolet Colorado 3"+3" LIFT KIT Powder Coated

Early 1930s Chevrolet Spindles & Backing Plates Hot - Street Rod or Gasser

Belltech 2102 Spindles Ductile Iron 2" Drop Chevy GMC Blazer/Jimmy Pair

At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Chevrolet spindles to ensure that you have every lowering spindle option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Chevrolet spindles, so that whether you are looking for cheap Chevrolet spindles or custom Belltech lowering spindles or DJM drop spindles or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Chevrolet lowering spindle needs!


Installing spindles is one of the easiest and most effective ways to lift or lower your ride without affecting your ride quality or ability to achieve a proper alignment whatsoever. Since aftermarket spindles simply relocate the spindle pins higher or lower than stock (depending on whether you are lifting or lowering your front end), there is no change in your actual suspension unless, of course, you are also installing coil springs or an adjustable suspension (i.e., hydraulics, coilovers, or airbags).
Spindles are one of our preferred methods of lifting or lowering a vehicle. With no change in ride quality and virtually no downsides to using them, they really are a no-brainer when changing your ride height. The only negative effect we've ever encountered has been a small reduction in turning radius with some spindles when using stock-sized wheels on certain vehicles (the backsides of the wheels would hit the back of the lower control arms), but since most of us run plus-sized wheels this usually isn't a concern.
Q: What exactly is a spindle?
A: According to DJM Suspension: "While control arms might be considered the horizontal members of the front end, spindles would be the vertical member that ties the control arms together. Both upper and lower control arms attach themselves through ball joints to the spindle. This is a cast iron part where the machined or steering knuckle is located. The wheel bearings and brake rotors are mounted to the axle, and the spindle also locates the brake caliper and tie rod end (steering). Steering knuckles are found on some late model trucks. They do exactly the same thing as a traditional spindle only there is no axle mounted in them. A hub center which has wheel bearings and wheel mounting hubs integrated together just bolts into the knuckle."

Q: Why buy a spindle?
A: We sell spindles that lower your truck. Dropped spindles are simply spindle castings where the axle (or hub center) is moved up away from the lower ball joint. This lowers your truck by moving your wheel up in the fender well. There is a limit to how far you can move the axle up (you run out of casting), which is why you see most spindle applications drop about 2 inches.

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