Rear Suspension Kits for Model A Frame 916-57045
Solid Axle Rear Suspension Type, Parallel 4-Link Trailing Arm Style, Not Included Spring Type
- This rear suspension kit is specifically designed for the Ford Model A frame #916-57045
- Has a solid rear axel and a parallel 4-link trailing arm
- Will maintain the stock ride height of the vehicle
- The 4-bars are available in your choice of a plain or polished finish
- Some welding is required to complete the installation of this kit
This kit is application specific to the Model A Frame part #916-57045 and will not work with or apply to any other chassis or frame configuration as this kit does NOT include the frame 4-bar chassis brackets. If you do not have or are not working with the Model A frame # 916-57045, you should not consider this kit. When working with any other chassis or frame assembly other than # 916-57045, please consider the 4-bar kits suggested below, #s 916-49055 & 916-49055.
4-bar rear suspension kit # 916-49057 will only include plain or polished 4-bars, rear axle brackets, lower coilover mounts and a plain Panhard bar as pictured at left. Welding required.
916-49057 Instructions (PDF)
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