RideTech 18987999 Triangulated Weld-In 4 Link Kit, Powdercoated
Universal Fit, Steel, Hardware Included, Welding Required
- Allows maximum suspension travel and tighter wheel to fender clearances
- Highly adaptable to most vehicles
- Features simple and straightforward installation
- This is the tubular version that GM has been using since 1964
- Can use a CoolRide style air spring/bracket/shock arrangement, with a Coil-Over, or a rear Shockwave
The triangulated version 4Link is a tubular version of the tried and true rear suspension that GM has used since 1964. Welding and basic fabrication skills are needed. As a result, the triangulated 4Link is highly adaptable to a variety of custom installations. The triangulated 4 link can use a CoolRide style airspring/bracket/shock arrangement, with a Coil-Over, or a rear Shockwave as an upgrade option. For the professional shop or advanced installer, the triangulated 4Link is the top choice.
• No panhard bar needed
• Allows maximum suspension travel and tighter wheel to fender clearances
• Highly adaptable to most vehicles
• Simple, straightforward installation
The triangulated 4Link is designed for the professional builder who wants a straightforward, no-compromise rear air ride suspension.
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