Suspension MAXX Introduces the Maxx Cam 2 Adjustable Torsion Bar

Suspension MAXX Introduces the Maxx Cam 2 Adjustable Torsion Bar

The Maxx Cam 2 is for all full-size 1988-2007 torsion bar-equipped GM trucks and SUVs as well as 2007-up GMT900-platform F2500 and K3500 trucks. Capable of delivering up to three full inches of lift or drop with no degradation in handling or ride quality; they're the sturdy, simple solution to ride height woes often approached with expensive and complex lift kits.

The Maxx Cam 2 is for all full-size 1988-2007 torsion bar-equipped GM trucks and SUVs as well as 2007-up GMT900-platform F2500 and K3500 trucks. Capable of delivering up to three full inches of lift or drop with no degradation in handling or ride quality; they’re the sturdy, simple solution to ride height woes often approached with expensive and complex lift kits. Investment cast to exacting standards, and constructed solely from 4140 heat-treated alloy steel, Maxx Cam 2’s strength and durability exceed that of even the toughest one-ton, one-piece OEM torsion bar lever. And when combined with the job-specific Suspension MAXX Super ‘T’ Maxx torsion bar tool, Maxx Cam 2 vehicle leveling systems are even quick to install.

Perfect for all truck owners in need of a practical suspension solution, Maxx Cam 2’s, like all our other Maxx Cams, have a variety of uses ranging from a simply more aggressive appearance, to bolstered front end support for accessories like plows, bull bars and heavy winch bumpers. 100% adjustable. 100% American made.

For additional information, visit www.suspensionmaxx.com.

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