RideTech 11360201 Coilover System, 1973-1987 C10
73-87 Chevy, 73-86 GMC
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Complete Coil over System for 1973-1987 C-10. Includes front & rear HQ Series Coil Overs, front upper & lower StrongArms, Bolt-On 4 Link, Drop Spindles and Front MuscleBar.
Turn your 1973-1987 Chevrolet C10 pickup trucks into a true muscle truck with RideTech's new coil over suspension kit. The complete system includes everything needed to dramatically improve the handling, ride quality and stance of your "square fender" pickup including an all-new Bolt-In 4-Link Assembly with C-Notch that replaces the factory leaf springs. The complete kit includes the aforementioned Bolt-In 4-Link kit, front StrongArm control arms, HQ Series single adjustable coilovers, drop spindles, front upper coil over mounting brackets and a beefy, 1.5" MuscleBar sway bar kit. The kit is 100 CAD-engineered in-house and refined on RideTech's exclusive test track.
The heart of every RideTech coil over system is a set of monotube HQ Series coil over shock absorbers with 24 degrees of rebound adjustment to help you dial-in ride quality and fine tune handling characteristics. RideTech offers an exclusive 1,000,001-mile shock absorber warranty. 1973-1987 C10s have an excellent frame design with inherently low rocker height and good strength. RideTech's new coil over suspension kit takes that great starting point and turns it into a proper muscle truck with high performance handling and sporty stance. You'll be amazed with the transformation.
The 4-Link is a 100 bolt-on design with minimal cutting and no welding required. C-Notch brackets tie in directly with the upper crossmember, while link bar mounts use factory bolt holes in front along with factory axle pad mounting points.
Q & A
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