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Hotchkis 89007-2 TVS Stage 2 Suspension System (1971-1972 GM A-B

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Hotchkis 89007-2 TVS Stage 2 Suspension System (1971-1972 GM A-B

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Hotchkis Sport Suspension 89007-2 Stage 2 Extreme TVS Kit for 71-72 Chevrolet Chevelle El Camino Malibu Oldsmobile 442 and Cutlass Buick Skylark Pontiac LeMans GTO and Tempest with Big Block motors. Includes Tubular Upper and Lower Control Arms Heavy Duty Tie Rod Sleeves adjustable 1 3/8 in. Front and 1? in. Rear tubular Sway Bars 1 in. Lowering Springs Front and Rear Hotchkis Tuned/FOX Shocks adjustable Upper Trailing Arms Boxed Lower Trailing Arms Mount Braces Grade 8 Hardware and Bushings. For the ultimate handling GM A-Body car nothing beats the Hotchkis Sport Suspension Stage 2 Total Vehicle System. This kit has been rigorously designed and tested on the track yet is very comfortable for your local cruise in. Every aspect of the suspension has been re-engineered for the maximum performance and is being offered in a complete tuned package. In front we start out with Tubular Upper and Lower Control Arms which increase caster and improve the camber curve increasing front end grip and traction. Heavy duty tie rod sleeves hold the alignment while 1 in. lowered sport springs and Hotchkis Tuned/FOX shocks improve vehicle control and stance. A massive 1 3/8 in. front sway bar and 1? in. adjustable rear sway bar reduce body roll and improve handling. To improve traction and reduce wheel hop the rear receives a upgrade to the existing 4 link suspension. Massive 1.5 in. adjustable upper trailing arms allow for pinion angle changes to improve launches while the super strong 1.5 in. rectangular tube lower trailing arms maximize traction by reducing flex allowing power to be transferred to the tires. Grade 8 hardware and greasable bushings are included along with special trailing arm mount braces designed to stiffen the chassis and reduce flex. This system is designed as an installer friendly bolt on kit. Note: Lowers the vehicle an average of 1 in. from original factory ride height (Pontiac Motors or cars with aluminum heads or fiberglass hoods use small block kit).

Hotchkis 89007-2 TVS Stage 2 Suspension System (1971-1972 GM A-B

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