G-Comp 1960-72 Chevy C10 Coilover Truck Arm Rear Suspension Kit
- This coilover truck arm rear suspension kit is designed for the 1960-72 Chevy C10 trucks
- Kit comes with a panhard bar and all necessary hardware to retain the factory rear end housing
- The coilovers provide a comfortable ride, outstanding build quality, packaged together at an amazing value for your traditional hot rod build
- It allows adjustability via coilovers and tunable pivot locations
- Will replace your rusted factory arms with track-tested performance arms
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Upgrade your 1960-1972 1/2 ton 2WD C10 to performance suspension with this simple bolt-in rear conversion kit from Speedway Motors.
This kit includes Speedway's track-tested G-Comp truck arms, new adjustable front mounts, and a coilover crossmember ready for your choice of coilover shocks. Also included is a panhard bar and all necessary hardware to retain the factory rear end housing.
What makes this kit stand out above the rest is that it allows you to take advantage of the adjustability of coilovers and tunable pivot locations, while replacing unsafe rusted factory arms.
The included AFCO Street Rod Series coilovers provide a comfortable ride, outstanding build quality, packaged together at an amazing value for your traditional hot rod build! Coilovers are a great upgrade for any project - providing a huge performance increase in ride quality and near-endless adjustment in ride height - to dial in that perfect stance! Coilover kits help to reduce unnecessary suspension weight and are compact in size to fit in even the smallest of car builds.
AFCO Street Rod Series Coilovers feature a smooth, small-body steel gas monotube shock, black anodized coilover adjuster sleeve, spring hardware, and a beautifully chrome-plated 10-inch coilover spring. All the necessary hardware to assemble your coilover system is included.
- Designed for 1960-1972 1/2-ton 2WD C10 pickups
- Bolt-In Engineering
- Allows adjustability via coilovers and tunable pivot locations
- Replaces your rusted factory arms with track-tested performance arms
- (1) Set of G-Comp truck arms
- (2) Adjustable front mounts
- (1) Crossmember ready for a set of your choice coilovers
- (1) Panhard Bar with bushings
- (1) Hardware set designed to retain factory rear end axle housing
- (2) AFCO Coilover Shock Kits, 300lb springs
- (2) Black 1.63" steel body radial tuned gas monotube shock
- (2) Chrome 10" spring
- (2) Black anodized aluminum spring mounting kit
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
- This item 91604054 is made to order. It will be shipped from our warehouse when it is produced.
What's In The Kit
G-Comp Rear Truck Arms, PairPart # 350004Qty x 1
C10 Rear Suspension Hardware and ComponentsPart # 9166072-2Qty x 1
AFCO Street Rod Non-Adjustable Gas Shock, BlackPart # 1061045-BLKQty x 2
AFCO 20102 Black Coil Over Kit, 1.63 InchPart # 10620102Qty x 2
AFCO 23300CR 10 Inch Extreme Chrome Coil-Over Spring, 300 RatePart # 10623300CRQty x 2
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