Chevy Tahoe Performance Suspension

    About Chevy Tahoe Performance Suspension Parts


    Are you looking for the newest, most innovative and best performing lowering kits, coil springs, sway bars, control arms, shocks and struts, or any other great suspension upgrades for your Chevy Tahoe? If so, you have found the right place to find them. At CARiD, we supply everything you need to really improve, enhance and upgrade the ride on your Chevy, with our incredible range of suspension systems. Within our selection for your Chevy Tahoe you'll find excellent tried and tested products by leading names like Prothane, Air Lift, Daystar, Hellwig, Arnott, Hotchkis, Energy Suspension and Eibach, and all at our terrific low prices you won't find anywhere else.

    Whether you need an Chevy Tahoe lowering kit, shock absorber assembly or a great new Tahoe master bushing kit, you'll find what you are looking for right here, meaning you can finally give your Chevy the ride you want, and at a price you will love when you order at CARiD. All of these new suspension systems, like the rest of our great Chevy Tahoe upgrades, products and accessories, come backed by our great customer service, as well as full manufacturer's warranties, meaning that you can also buy at CARiD with total peace of mind. Get the ride you want without spending the Earth by browsing our Chevy suspension kits and placing your order online yours today!

    If you need individual components such as spacers to adjust airbag installed height, height sensors, air bag bellows, air compressor kits, load leveling kits, air struts, air springs, and more, we offer those as well. Because these systems are complex, we recommend professional installation if you are not already experienced with air-ride units. If you’re in the process of deciding whether an air suspension upgrade is right for you, see over 3 product reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars stars to see customers who have already installed them think.



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    The very first thing to know about timely suspension system diagnosis is that the stability and steering control of your vehicle and, what is more important, your safety on the road depends on how often you make it. Automotive suspension belongs to one of those car systems that are constantly exposed to high loads and thus are prone to wear and tear. Most specialists recommend inspecting suspension system after every 6,500-7,500 miles or when there are any signs of its breakage.

    Customer Reviews
    5(5)
    2004 Chevy Tahoe
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    "Easy to install and the red looks good. Reduced sway of the vehicle with minimal reduction in ride comfort. I recommend if you want to make your SUV handle better. "

    5(5)
    2006 Chevy Tahoe
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    "The Arnott air compressor was a very easy swap of the original unit. I also installed 2 new Arnott air shocks and did the complete job in less than 2 hours."