RideTech 11364799 Composite Leaf Springs, 73-87 C10
StreetGRIP composite leaf springs improve your 1973-1987 C10 "squarebody's" handling, ride quality and stance. The composite design reduces unsprung mass by more than 50 lbs while increasing torsional strength to diminish "spring wrap". Billet leaf spring eyelets have the correct offset to achieve lowered stance for your vehicle. On the street and around our exclusive test track, RideTech works in conjunction with Hyperco, our technology partner, to ensure the best engineered, application specific springs for your classic c10 pickup. Axle pads are included. Bushings are sold separately.
These leaf springs must be used with our 11365399, C10 StreetGRIP Shackle Kit.
- This product is discontinued.
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Q & A
Tim talks about what options we have for hot rod shocks.
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Our hot rod expert takes you through his ford I beam axle setup. Follow as he sets up the front end on his split wishbone front suspension Model A.