RideTech 11167300 1967-69 Camaro/Firebird Subframe Connectors
The Ridetech subframe connectors for 1967, 1968, and 1969 Camaro / Firebird add rigidity to your vintage F-Body chassis and improve performance by reducing chassis flex.
Modern tires and aftermarket suspension components are pushing the limits of OEM chassis designs – particularly the popular GM F-Body platform. Ridetech’s subframe connectors offer a simple bolt-on improvement that significantly increase the performance of the OEM chassis and dramatically transforms the handling and ride quality of your first gen Camaro or Firebird.
- Fabricated from 1.5 in. x 3 in. x .125 wall steel for high strength
- The rear of the subframe connector mounts solidly into three existing floor pan bolt locations for maximum strength and completely replaces the original leaf spring pocket
- The front of the subframe connector bolts through the original subframe and is captured by the body bushing as well to enhance rigidity
- No fabrication required, direct bolt-on
- Durable powder coated finish for long-lasting, high-quality, appearance
- Includes hardware
Easy to install – removes chassis flex – integrated leaf spring mount
100% compatible with:
- Original equipment leaf springs
- Ridetech Streetgrip composite leaf springs
- Ridetech 4-Link rear suspension systems
Coupe only – not intended for convertible
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 21 business days for RideTech to ship this item.
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