TCI 1937-1954 Chevy Pickup Coil-Over 4-Link Rear Suspension, Plain
Solid Axle Rear Suspension Type, Parallel 4-Link Trailing Arm Style, Coilover Spring Type
Drastically increase drivability and comfort with this bolt-in 1937-1954 Chevy Pickup 4-link rear suspension kit from Total Cost Involved. This kit will lowering the vehicle 4”, decrease body roll, and increase handling while allowing plenty of ground clearance. This 4-Link kit will firmly plant the rear tires while accelerating while continuing to provide great street comfort. American made steel and fabricated with Mig & Tig Welds, this kit will provide you strength and durability and energy suspension polyurethane bushings help insulate road noise for a quieter ride. Everything that attaches to the factory frame is completely bolt-in for easy installation and welding is only required on the axle housing.
- 1" link bars – Plain finish
- Polyurethane bushed 3/4" stainless adjusters
- Axle housing brackets
- Bolt-on frame brackets
- Bolt-on coil-over cross-member
- Coil-Over shocks
- Adjustable track bar
- All Mounting hardware
- Instruction manual
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