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by Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
40 days ago
Call Our Experienced Shock Techs For Details At 800.979.0122. Shipping Information ... Have Your Shocks Dyno Tested To Ensure Optimum Performance!
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by Zach R. - Posted in Tech
50 days ago
Speedway Tech Zach R. talks about the dropped spindles and disc brake conversion he installed on his '55 Sedan Delivery.
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by Tim - Posted in Tech
2 months 4 days ago
Resident Tech Expert Tim M. talks about the decision to use traditional hydraulic or friction shocks on his '29 roadster project, along with some of the obstacles he was faced with while doing so.
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by Tim - Posted in Tech
2 months 4 days ago
Resident Tech Expert Tim M. talks about keeping the traditional feel of his roadster project alive by incorporating an F1 steering box into his build.
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by Jeff K. - Posted in Tech
2 months 12 days ago
Product guru Jeff K. takes us along as he updates the suspension on his 1946 Ford Sedan Delivery with a set of fresh Mustang II coilovers following an unfortunate incident with a pothole.
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by Jeff K. - Posted in Tech
2 months 15 days ago
Speedway product guru Jeff K. wants to introduce you to another of his projects, "Elmer". There's a long history with Jeff and this vehicle, best told by Jeff himself.
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by Steve - Posted in Tech
2 months 15 days ago
Street Rod Tech Steve L. talks about the need to be able to service and adjust the shocks on your vehicle, no matter the competition you built it for.
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by Dave - Posted in Tech
2 months 16 days ago
Speedway employee Dave T. talks about using Speedway parts to build a custom linkage for his 1967 Buick Riviera project.
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by Kevin W. - Posted in Tech
2 months 17 days ago
Speedway Street Tech Kevin goes over the install of the TCI 1949-54 Chevy Car Rear Leaf Spring Kit on his '54 BelAir sedan.
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by Adam S. - Posted in Tech
2 months 18 days ago
In this article, Speedway employee Adam talks about the process of building a custom adjustable 3-link rear suspension for his '67 Cougar.
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by Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
3 months 27 days ago
Useful chart showing the various steering wheel adapter you will need for several popluar vehicles.
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by Pat O. - Posted in Tech
4 months 21 days ago
Speedway Motors employee Pat O. talks about his decision to install a different steering column in his '64 Impala.
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by Pat O. - Posted in Video
8 months 11 days ago
Pat talks about our house brand steering columns.
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by Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
5 months 9 days ago
Information behind the various styles of available shock absorbers.
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by John - Posted in Tech Tips
5 months 10 days ago
In this Tech Tip, John responds to a customer request for our thoughts on an axle kit for his project.
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by Steve - Posted in Tech
4 months 19 days ago
Steve takes us along as he centers the 525 manual steering gear he is using for his Laguna.
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by Steve - Posted in Video
2 months 9 days ago
We get a lot of questions about steering parts. Steve talks about some of the steering basics.
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by John - Posted in Tech Tips
2 months 23 days ago
In this Tech Tip, John offers up a couple solutions to a customer on the hunt for a coil over kit for his 2-door Model A.
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by Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
5 months 10 days ago
Installing a horn button may seem daunting, but this 10 minute video will show you just how easy it really can be!
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by Steve - Posted in Tech
5 months 10 days ago
Tired of those nasty, sticky indicator levers on you GM steering column? Resurrect them with Speedway Motors' Column Dress-up Kit, reviewed here by one of our own employees!
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