Part # 11240298 68-72 GM “A” Body Air
350 S. St. Charles St. Jasper, In. 47546
Ph. 812.482.2932 Fax 812.634.6632
www.ridetech.com
Part # 11240298
68-72 GM “A” Body Air Suspension System
Front Components:
1
11243001
HQ Series Front Shockwaves
1
11222899
Front Lower StrongArms
1
11223699
Front Upper StrongArms
1
11009300
RideTech Tall Spindles
1
11249100
Front MuscleBar
Rear Components:
1
11225401
HQ Series Rear Shockwaves
1
11224499
Rear Lower StrongArms
1
11246699
Rear Upper StrongArms
1
11229102
Rear MuscleBar
350 S. St. Charles St. Jasper, In. 47546
Ph. 812.482.2932 Fax 812.634.6632
www.ridetech.com
Part # 11243001
68-72 GM “A” Body Front HQ Series Shockwaves
For Use w/ StrongArms & RideTech Spindles
ShockWave Assembly:
2
24090399
104mm Master Series rolling sleeve assembly
2
24139999
3.2” stroke HQ Series shock
2
90001994
.625” I.D. bearing
4
90001995
Bearing snap ring
2
90009988
Short Delrin stud top – 2”
2
70008913
Locking Ring
Components:
2
90002312
Short Delrin stud top base – 2”
2
90001902
Aluminum cap for Delrin ball
2
90001903
Delrin ball upper half
2
90001904
Delrin ball lower half
2
31954201
¼”npt x ¼” tube swivel elbows
Hardware:
2
99562003
9/16” SAE jam nut
Stud top hardware
Installation Instructions
1. For air spring clearance some
trimming must be done on the outer
portion of the coil spring pocket. The
amount of trimming necessary will vary
from one car to another, it is best to
install the Shockwave onto the lower
arm and inflate the bellow. Check
clearance throughout full suspension
travel. (Inflated diameter of this
Shockwave is approximately 6.5”)
4. This is best done with a cut off
wheel or plasma cutter. Make the cuts
round, square corners will create a
fracture point.
Allowing the shockwave will rub will
result in failure, this is not a
warrantable situation.
7. Apply thread sealant to a 90 degree
air fitting and screw it into the top of the
Shockwaves. The fitting location can
be rotated by twisting the bellow while
holding the shock body.
8. Place the Shockwave up into the
coil spring pocket with the stud
protruding through the factory shock
hole. See assembly diagram on next
page.
9. Fasten the Shockwave to the
factory lower control arm using the ½”
x 3 ¼” bolt, Nylok nut & aluminum
spacers supplied w/ the StrongArms.
13. The best ride quality will occur
around 50-60% suspension travel;
depending on vehicle weight this
typically occurs around 100-110 psi.
1. Stud top aluminum base
2. Delrin ball lower half
3. Delrin ball upper half
4. Aluminum cap
5. 9/16” SAE Nylok jam nut
6. Threaded stud (screwed onto shock shaft)
7. Rebound adjusting knob
8. Screw
The care and feeding of your new ShockWaves
1. Although the ShockWave has an internal bumpstop, DO NOT DRIVE THE VEHICLE
DEFLATED RESTING ON THIS BUMPSTOP. DAMAGE WILL RESULT. The internal
bumpstop will be damaged, the shock bushings will be damaged, and the vehicle shock
mounting points may be damaged to the point of failure. This is a non warrantable situation.
2. Do not drive the vehicle overinflated or “topped out”. Over a period of time the shock valving
will be damaged, possibly to the point of failure. This is a non warrantable situation! If you
need to raise your vehicle higher that the ShockWave allows, you will need a longer unit.
3. The ShockWave is designed to give a great ride quality and to raise and lower the vehicle. IT
IS NOT MADE TO HOP OR JUMP! If you want to hop or jump, hydraulics are a better choice.
This abuse will result in bent piston rods, broken shock mounts, and destroyed bushings. This
is a non warrantable situation.
4. Do not let the ShockWave bellows rub on anything. Failure will result. This is a non
warrantable situation.
5. The ShockWave product has been field tested on numerous vehicles as well as subjected to
many different stress tests to ensure that there are no leakage or durability problems. Failures
have been nearly nonexistent unless abused as described above. If the Shockwave units are
installed properly and are not abused, they will last many, many years. ShockWave units
that are returned with broken mounts, bent piston rods, destroyed bumpstops or
bushings, or abrasions on the bellows will not be warrantied.
350 S. St. Charles St. Jasper, In. 47546
Ph. 812.482.2932 Fax 812.634.6632
www.ridetech.com
Part # 11222899
64-72 GM “A” Body Front Lower StrongArms
For Use w/ Shockwaves or CoilOvers
Components:
1
90000636
Driver side lower arm
1
90000637
Passenger side lower arm
2
90000898
Ball joint (includes boot, grease fitting, castle nut & cotter pin)
4
90000516
Inner bushing sleeve - .5” I.D. x .75” O.D. x 2.375” long
8
70010759
Delrin bushing half – 1.5” O.D.
4
90002062
Aluminum spacers – shock to lower arm
Hardware:
2
99501024
½-13 x 3 ¼” Gr.5 bolt
Shockwave to lower arm
4
99501005
½”-13 x 3 ½” Gr. 5 bolt
Lower arm to frame
6
99502001
½”-13 Nylok nut
Shockwave to lower arm / Lower arm to frame
Installation Instructions
1. After removing the factory lower
control arm, clean the bushing
mounting surfaces on the frame and
lubricate with lithium grease.
2. Fasten the lower arm to the frame
with the ½” x 3 ½” bolts and Nylok nuts
supplied.
Note: On some cars the frame
brackets may be pinched and will need
to be spread back apart to allow
bushing to slide in.
3. Swing the lower StrongArm up to
the Shockwave and secure with the ½”
x 3 ¼” bolt and Nylok nut, an aluminum
spacer must be installed on each side
of the bearing.
4. Slide the ball joint boot over the
stud, then push the stud up through the
spindle. Secure w/ the new castle nut
and cotter pin supplied.
5. Grease the ball joints.
Driver Side
Item #
1.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Description
Passenger side arm
Driver side arm
Inner bushing sleeve
Delrin bushing half
Ball joint
1/2”-13 Nylok Nut
1/2”-13 x 3 ¼” bolt
1/2"-13 x 3 ½” bolt
Aluminum bearing spacer
Qty.
1
1
4
8
8
6
2
4
4
350 S. St. Charles St. Jasper, In. 47546
Ph. 812.482.2932 Fax 812.634.6632
www.ridetech.com
Part # 11223699
64-72 GM “A” Body Upper StrongArms
Components:
1
90002388
Drivers side arm
1
90002389
Passenger side arm
2
90000908
Ball joint (includes boot, grease fitting, castle nut & cotter pin)
2
90000914
Caster Adjustable Cross shaft w/Hardware
2
70010826
Delrin Bushing – no ledge
2
70010827
Delrin Bushing – small ledge
4
70010759
Delrin Bushing – outer
4
90002737
Cross shaft T-washer
4
70010883
Zero Offset Caster Slugs
1. On some cars, to remove the upper
control arm you must remove the bolts,
which are pressed into the frame. We
made this slide hammer adapter (a nut
with a piece of angle iron welded to it)
to aid in removing the bolts.
2. Fasten the upper arm to the frame
using the factory hardware. Reinstall
the current alignment shims, but
vehicle must be realigned. This arm
was designed with an extra 2 degrees
of positive caster with the centered
caster slugs. Additional caster slugs
are available if more or less caster is
desired. By changing the caster slugs
you can achieve the caster setting you
are wanting without having to run a lot
of shims. Caster is explained of the
next page.
3. Drop ball joint down through upper
arm. Slide ball joint boot over stud,
then place boot retainer over the boot.
Clamp assembly tight w/ the hardware
supplied.
4. Fasten the ball joint to the spindle
w/ the new castle nut and cotter pin
supplied.
5. Tighten the cross shaft nuts enough
to create drag on the delrin bushings,
the arm should still move.
6. Lubricate the ball joint w/ standard
grease.
These Strong Arms come equipped with a changeable caster slug setup. This allows you to add or
remove caster from the front suspension, if desired. The caster slugs that come in the kit are setup to
put the control arm in the centered position, which is approximately 3 degrees of caster. The caster
slugs allow you to add or remove caster without having to use a stack of shims. If more or less caster
is desired, optional caster slugs can be purchased from your Ridetech dealer or Ridetech.
Caster Explained:
To understand caster you need to picture an imaginary line that runs through the upper ball joint and
extends through the lower ball joint. From the side view the imaginary line will tilt forward or
backward. The tilting of this imaginary line is defined as caster.
Caster is measured in degrees by using a caster camber gauge. If the imaginary line described above
tilts towards the back of the car, at the top, then you will have positive caster. If the imaginary line tilts
forward then you would have negative caster.
Positive caster provides the directional stability in your car. Too much positive caster will make the
steering effort difficult. Power steering will allow you to run more positive caster. Negative caster
requires less steering effort but can cause the car to wander down the highway.
Offset Upper Cross Shaft
The cross shaft that is used in the upper control arm is offset. The offset combined with the caster
slug option allows you to achieve the alignment setting you desire with minimal shims. To change the
direction that the Icon faces, simply spin the cross shaft in the control arm.
If you are after an aggressive Track or Autocross Alignment, bolt the control arm to the frame
bracket with the arm offset to the inside of the car (like the top illustration). The Ridetech Icon will be
facing the engine.
If a Street Alignment is desired, bolt the control to the frame bracket with the arm offset to the
outside of the car (like the bottom illustration). The Ridetech Icon will be facing the wheel.
Driver Side – Bottom View
Item #
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
11.
Description
1/4"-28 x 7/8” hex bolt
1/4"-28 nut
Ball joint
Inner Delrin bushing no ledge
Outer Delrin bushing
Caster Adjustable Cross shaft
T-Washer
5/8”-18 lock nut
Caster Slug
Inner Delrin bushing w/ledge
Passenger side arm
Driver side arm
Drivers StrongArm
Qty.
8
8
2
2
4
2
4
4
4
2
1
1
350 S. St. Charles St. Jasper, In. 47546
Ph. 812.482.2932 Fax 812.634.6632
www.ridetech.com
11009300 GM “A” & “F” Body Tall Spindles
2
Tall Spindles
Hardware:
Lower steering arm bolts
(4) 1/2NFx 2 1/2” flathead socket head bolts with Nyloc nuts
Lower caliper bracket bolts
(2) 1/2NFx 2” flathead socket head bolts with Nyloc nuts (Wilwood and Baer Brake kits)
(2) 1/2NFx 2” Grade 8 hex head bolts (use with stock stamped ½” thick caliper brackets)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR Ridetech Tall SPINDLES
These spindles will fit ’67-69 Camaro, ’64-’72 Chevelle, and ’68-’74 Nova. They will provide a 2”
drop, and are taller than stock to improve the car’s cornering ability. The raised upper ball joint will
cause the tires to lean into the corner, like a motorcycle, rather than outboard as the shorter stock
spindles do. This camber action change also raises the roll center for less body roll, and transfer the
car’s center of gravity inboard in the turn as well. You will see an appreciable improvement in
handling. Standard size anti sway bars will work well with those improvements, without the need for
monster sway bars that can cause a harsh ride.
The spindles are modeled after stock disc brake spindles and will accept any disc brake set up
designed for those. If your car came with drum brakes, be sure to swap to the appropriate disc brake
master cylinder and valving. We have test fitted ECI, Wilwood, Baer, Aerospace, and stock GM kits.
The only modification we discovered to be necessary was a small trim on the bottom of the stamped
¼” steel caliper bracket that holds the caliper. It is an area that is not stressed and will not cause any
loss of strength. There are variations among the various reproduction the shaft to be flipped in it’s
bushings for brackets, so the trim will be seen only on some of those.
Stock stamped control arms will accept these spindles, as will any aftermarket arms we have seen.
Our own tubular control arms have the upper ball joint plates rotated slightly for better ball joint angles
on lowered cars. We also set the ball joint ¾” to the rear of the car to allow more aggressive positive
caster settings, as well as to compensate for the normal forward rake seen on hot rods. The upper
control arms shaft has a 3/16” offset, allowing the shaft to be rotated in it’s bushings for a 3/8” net
change in the upper arm’s effective length. That design was pioneered by the MOOG company, as
many stock autos suffer from a sagged cross member, making it difficult to obtain good alignment
numbers. We suggest the alignment be done with 1/8” toe in, ½ degree negative camber, and at
least 3 degrees positive caster with power steering, 2 degrees manual.
It is important to be sure you have the proper steering arms. Many cars were updated to disc brakes
in the past by using disc brake and spindle assemblies from a donor car. However, the Chevelle
steering arms are front steer, and the tie rod is roughly the same height as the lower ball joint. The
Camaro and Nova arms are rear steer, with the outer tie rod end much lower than the ball joint. If the
incorrect arms are used, the incorrect height tie rod end will cause major bump steer problems. Our
testing of prototype versions of these spindles revealed that a small additional lowering of the
mounting holes for the steering arms was necessary to remove the small amount of factory
bumpsteer, and to account for the changes made by the taller spindle. We included that
enhancement in the production version of your new dropped spindles.
Disassembly of the ball joints from the spindles can be eased by making the simple tool shown in the
photo below. A pair of 1 ½” long bolts are threaded into a matching hex coupler. The ball joint cotter
pins are removed, and the hex nuts loosened a couple turns. Place the tool between the ball joint
studs, and turn a bolt to expand the tool, gently popping the ball joint studs loose. If your ball joint
boots are torn, as often happens when a pickle fork is used to separate the ball joints, NAPA has
replacements. The best way to remove the outer tie rod pivot is to loosen the hex nut, and then rap
the steering arm boss with a hammer. Tie rod ends pullers are also available if you want to be more
gentle on the parts. Do NOT hammer on the tie rod stud itself! Be sure to leave the shock absorber
in place to control the spring and prevent it jumping out.
If you remove the calipers but leave
the hoses attached, supporting them
to avoid stressing the hoses, you
won’t even need to rebleed the
brakes!
Reattach the new spindle, being sure to get the castle nuts tight, and install new cotter pins. Attach
the steering arms into the lower holes in the spindles using the 4 supplied 1/2NFx2 1/2” long flathead
bolts and Nyloc nuts supplied. The 1/2NFx 2” long flat head bolts and nyloc nuts we supply are for
use with Wilwood and Baer brake kit lower bracket bolts. The 1/2NFx2” hex head bolts are used with
stock caliper brackets. Reassemble your disc brakes as well. Now would be a good time to clean
and grease the bearings.
BEFORE you try moving the car, pump the brakes to reset the pads to the rotors. Rebleed if
necessary. Have the alignment shop set the car with ½ degree positive camber, 2-3 degrees positive
caster, and 1/8” toe in. We’re sure you’ll be amazed at the difference in handling!
Note: If using a factory style
stamped caliper bracket, the bracket
may need to be trimmed. The dust
shield may also need to be modified.
350 S. St. Charles St. Jasper, In. 47546
Ph. 812.482.2932 Fax 812.634.6632
www.ridetech.com
Part # 11249100
68-72 GM “A” Body Front MuscleBar
Components:
1
90000151
Front sway bar (38.750” Tube length)
1
90000148
Driver side arm
1
90000149
Passenger side arm
1
90000146
Driver side frame plate
1
90000147
Passenger side frame plate
1
90000153
Driver side frame bracket
1
90000154
Passenger side frame bracket
2
90000926
90 degree 10mm PosiLink
2
90000924
Straight 10mm PosiLink
4
90000717
T-bushing (PosiLink to lower arm)
2
90001099
Polyurethane frame bushing – 1.5” I.D.
2
99250001
¼-28 straight grease zerk
1
90001092
Tube of Lithium grease
2
99115001
10mm x 1.5 x 36mm stud (use Loctite) In PosiLink
Hardware Kit: 99010041
2
99371028
3/8” x 3/4" USS Flat head Allen bolt
Frame plate to frame
4
99371004
3/8” x 1 ¼” USS bolt
Frame bracket
14
99373003
3/8” SAE flat washer
Frame bracket / Sway bar arm to bar
10
99373005
3/8” lock washer
Frame bracket / Sway bar arm to bar
6
99371017
3/8” x 1” Button head Allen bolt
Sway bar arm to bar
4
99112002
10mm Nylok nut
PosiLink
2
99502003
½” SAE Nyloc jam nut
Steering am
11249100 Installation Instructions
1. This sway bar was designed for use with our lower StrongArms. Installation with other control
arms may require modification.
2. Remove the end links from the factory sway bar. Then remove the bolts attaching the sway bar to
the frame.
3. Bolt the frame plate to the frame
using the factory sway bar holes.
The front hole will use a 3/8” x 3/4"
flat head Allen screw. The rear hole
will use a standard 3/8” x 1 ¼” hex
bolt.
4. Using the bracket as a guide, drill
the front hole with a 5/16” bit and
thread with a 3/8”-16 tap.
Note: On some cars the factory bolt
holes may be 5/16” and will need to
be drilled and tapped to accept a 3/8”
bolt.
5. Slide the poly bushing over the
bar and lubricate with the lithium
grease supplied.
6. Slide the bracket over the bushing
and fasten the bar to the frame using
3/8” x 1 ¼” bolts, flat washers and
lock washers.
Note: Future lubrication should only
be done with non-petroleum based
lubricants.
7. Bolt the sway bar arm to the bar
using 3/8” x 1” Button head screws
with flat washers and lock washers.
8. Fasten the 90 degree end of the
PosiLink to the sway bar arm using a
3/8” flat washer on each side of the
arm and a 10mm Nylok nut.
9. Two T-bushing will be used on
each side to attach the straight end
of the PosLink to the lower control
arm. Secure with a 10mm Nylok
nut.
10. Install the thin ½” Nylok nuts on
the front bolt of the steering arm, and
cut off excess threads.
11. Check PosiLink alignment
through full suspension travel to
ensure that it does not bind.
350 S. St. Charles St. Jasper, In. 47546
Ph. 812.482.2932 Fax 812.634.6632
www.ridetech.com
Part # 11225401
64-72 GM “A” Body Rear ShockWave Kit
Master Series –Single Adjustable
Shockwave Assembly:
2
24159999
5” stroke Master Series single adjustable shock
2
24090799
Master Series 7000 sleeve assembly
2
90002024
1.7” eyelet
4
90001994
.625” bearing
8
90001995
Bearing snap ring
2
70009813
Locking Ring
Components:
2
31954201
¼ npt x ¼ tube swivel elbows
8
90002043
Aluminum spacer - .5” I.D.
2
90002327
Upper shock bracket
1
90002224
Driver side lower ShockWave bracket
1
90002223
Passenger side lower ShockWave bracket
Hardware:
4
99311001
5/16”-18 x 1” Gr. 5 bolt
Upper bracket to frame
4
99312003
5/16”-18 Nylok nut
Upper bracket to frame
8
99313002
5/16” SAE flat washer
Upper bracket to frame
2
99501027
1/2"-13 x 3 ¾” SAE bolt
ShockWave bracket to trailing arm bracket
4
99501002
1/2"-13 x 1 ½” SAE bolt
ShockWave bracket to factory shock bracket
4
99501003
1/2"-13 x 2 ½” SAE bolt
ShockWave to upper and lower bracket
10
99502001
1/2"-13 SAE Nylok nut
Lower ShockWave mount and mounting
10
99503001
1/2" SAE flat washer
Lower ShockWave mount
Installation Instructions
1.
2.
3.
4.
Raise and safely support the vechile by the frame rails.
Using a jack, slightly raise the axle approximately 1”. Remove the shock absorbers.
Lower the axle down enough to remove the coil springs.
The exhaust tail pipes may need to be removed and/or modified for ShockWave installation.
4. Remove the lower trailing arm
mounting bolt. (Do one side at a
time to keep the axle from rotating).
5. Install the longer ½” x 3 ¾” bolt
through the lower trailing arm from
the outside in. Install the lower
bracket over the bolt and secure with
a ½” Nylok nut and flat washer.
6. The lower bolt hole in the back of
the bracket will align with the factory
shock stud hole. Use a ½” x 1 ½”
bolt, Nylok nut and flat washers.
7. The upper hole must be drilled
with a ½” bit. The edge of the
bracket should be parallel to the axle
bracket. Use an centering punch
and 1/8” bit to drill a pilot hole. A ½”
x 1 ½” bolt, Nylok nut and flat
washers will be used here as well.
8. Fasten the new upper shock
bracket into the factory shock
location using the 5/16” x 1” bolts, flat
washers and Nylok nuts supplied.
Note: Position the bracket to offset
the shock toward the center of the
car.
9. Apply thread sealant to a 90
degree air fitting and screw it into the
top of the ShockWave. The air fitting
location can be rotated by twisting
the bellow separate of the shock.
10. Fasten the ShockWave to the
upper bracket using a ½” x 2 ½” bolt
and Nylok nut. ½” I.D. aluminum
spacers must be installed on each
side of the bearing.
11. Fasten the ShockWave to the
lower bracket using a ½” x 2 ½” bolt
and Nylok nut. ½” I.D. aluminum
spacers must be installed on each
side of the bearing.
12. Double check air spring
clearances throughout full
suspension travel.
13. Ride height on this ShockWave
is 14.5” from center eye to center
eye. This should occur around 7080psi, but may vary to vehicle weight
and driver preference.
350 S. St. Charles St. Jasper, In. 47546
Ph. 812.482.2932 Fax 812.634.6632
www.ridetech.com
Part # 11224499
64-72 GM “A” Body Rear Lower StrongArms
Components:
2
90001026
Lower StrongArm – WW 22”
8
90001089
Poly bushing half – .75” I.D. x 1.5” O.D. x 1.125” long
4
90000516
Bushing sleeve - .5” I.D. x .75” O.D. x 2.375” long
2
90001092
Tube of Lithium grease – to lubrication bushing mounting surfaces
Hardware:
4
99431003
7/16” x 3” USS bolt
Swaybar to lower bars
4
99432001
7/16” USS Nylok nut
Swaybar to lower bars
8
99433002
7/16” SAE flat washer
Swaybar to lower bars
4
99501006
½” x 3 ½” USS Gr. 8 bolt
StrongArms to frame
4
99502001
½” USS Gr. 8 Nylok nut
StrongArms to frame
Installation Instructions
1. Remove the sway bar (if
equipped) and factory lower trailing
arm. Do one side at a time to keep
the axle from rotating.
2. Clean bushing mounting surfaces
on frame. Lubricate w/ lithium
grease supplied.
2. Attach to front on the lower
StrongArm to the frame using the ½”
x 3 ½” bolts and Nylok nuts supplied.
3. This arm has holes in the tube for
sway bar attachment. Mount the bar
so that the holes are closest to the
axle. New 7/16” x 3” bolts are
supplied to reattach the sway bar.
4. Attach to rear of the lower
StrongArm to the frame using the ½”
x 3 ½” bolts and Nylok nuts supplied.
Note: These polyurethane bushing
are lubricated at the factory w/ lithium
grease.
Note: Tighten the bolts enough to
remove any lateral movement and
apply moderate drag on bushings.
Over-tightening can cause excessive
suspension bind.
350 S. St. Charles St. Jasper, In. 47546
Ph. 812.482.2932 Fax 812.634.6632
www.ridetech.com
Part # 11246699
68-72 GM “A” Body Rear Upper StrongArms
Components:
2
90001115
Upper StrongArm (Set to 10.26”)
2
90001589
Kevlar lined Heim end
4
90002065
Aluminum spacers for Heim end
Hardware:
2
99752004
¾” SAE Jam nut
Heim end
4
99501006
½” x 3 ½” USS Gr. 8 bolt
StrongArms
4
99502001
½” USS Gr. 8 Nut
StrongArms
Installation Instructions
1. The length of the upper bar should
be set from the factory at 10.26”
center to center. Ensure that the
jam nut is tight.
2. Using the ½” x 3 1/2” bolt and
Nylok nut supplied, fasten the heim
end to the frame bracket. An
aluminum spacer must be installed
on each side of the Heim end.
3. Fasten the other end of the bar to
the axle using a ½” x 3 ½” bolt and
Nylok nut.
Note: Inspect the rubber bushing in
the axle for wear or cracked.
Replace with factory replacement
bushing if needed.
350 S. St. Charles St. Jasper, In. 47546
Ph. 812.482.2932 Fax 812.634.6632
www.ridetech.com
Part # 11229102
64-72 GM “A” Body Rear MuscleBar
Components:
1
90009960 Rear sway bar
Hardware:
4
99431003
7/16” x 3” bolt
Sway bar to lower arm
4
99432001
7/16” Nylok nut
Sway bar to lower arm
8
99433002
7/16” flat washer
Sway bar to lower arm
Installation Instructions
1. Attach sway bar to lower trailing
arms using 7/16” x 3” bolts, Nylok
nuts and flat washers supplied.
2. If using factory trailing arm without
sway bar mounting holes, they will
need to be drilled. Use the sway bar
as a template; it is self positioning as
the lower arms are angled. Spacers
are supplied to keep from pinching
the arm.
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