1964-1967 GM A-Body StreetGRIP Lowering Front Coil Springs – Dual Rate – Pair

$235.00

StreetGRIP front lowering coil springs improve the handling, ride quality and stance of your 1964-1967 GM A-Body muscle car including Chevelle, Malibu, GTO, 442, Lemans, Tempest, Skylark and Cutlass.

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Description

StreetGRIP front lowering coil springs improve the handling, ride quality and stance of your 1964-1967 GM A-Body muscle car including Chevelle, Malibu, GTO, 442, Lemans, Tempest, Skylark and Cutlass. StreetGRIP coil springs are CNC cold-wound from high tensile premium steel by then powder-coated for long-lasting, consistent operation. They feature a dual rate design which provides the best of both worlds. The “soft” spring section helps your car to transition over small road irregularities with emphsis on comfort. As the spring further compresses, such as during high cornering loads, the design transition to the firmer aka “stiff” spring rate. On the street and around our exclusive test track, RideTech works in conjunction with Hyperco, our technology partner, to develop the best A-body-specific dual rate springs for your car.

Videos
Instructions

11232350_11232351.pdf

Installation Instructions

Additional information
Engine Size

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Suspension Location

Front

Suspension Type

StreetGrip – Stock Upgrade

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Vehicle Fitment
Make Model Year
BUICK GRAN SPORT 1965 - 1967
BUICK SKYLARK 1964 - 1967
BUICK SPECIAL 1964 - 1967
BUICK SPORTWAGON 1964 - 1967
CHEVROLET CHEVELLE 1964 - 1967
CHEVROLET EL CAMINO 1964 - 1967
CHEVROLET MALIBU 1964 - 1967
OLDSMOBILE 442 1964 - 1967
OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS 1964 - 1967
OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS SUPREME 1967
OLDSMOBILE F85 1964 - 1967
OLDSMOBILE VISTA CRUISER 1964 - 1967
PONTIAC BEAUMONT 1964 - 1967
PONTIAC GTO 1964 - 1967
PONTIAC LEMANS 1964 - 1967
PONTIAC TEMPEST 1964 - 1967
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1964-1967 GM A-Body StreetGRIP Lowering Front Coil Springs – Dual Rate – Pair

$235.00

StreetGRIP front lowering coil springs improve the handling, ride quality and stance of your 1964-1967 GM A-Body muscle car including Chevelle, Malibu, GTO, 442, Lemans, Tempest, Skylark and Cutlass.

Clear

California Prop 65 Warning 

Description

StreetGRIP front lowering coil springs improve the handling, ride quality and stance of your 1964-1967 GM A-Body muscle car including Chevelle, Malibu, GTO, 442, Lemans, Tempest, Skylark and Cutlass. StreetGRIP coil springs are CNC cold-wound from high tensile premium steel by then powder-coated for long-lasting, consistent operation. They feature a dual rate design which provides the best of both worlds. The “soft” spring section helps your car to transition over small road irregularities with emphsis on comfort. As the spring further compresses, such as during high cornering loads, the design transition to the firmer aka “stiff” spring rate. On the street and around our exclusive test track, RideTech works in conjunction with Hyperco, our technology partner, to develop the best A-body-specific dual rate springs for your car.

Videos
Instructions

11232350_11232351.pdf

Installation Instructions

Additional information
Engine Size

,

Suspension Location

Front

Suspension Type

StreetGrip – Stock Upgrade

Year

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Make

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Model

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Vehicle Fitment
Reviews

1964-1967 GM A-Body StreetGRIP Lowering Front Coil Springs – Dual Rate – Pair

$235.00

StreetGRIP front lowering coil springs improve the handling, ride quality and stance of your 1964-1967 GM A-Body muscle car including Chevelle, Malibu, GTO, 442, Lemans, Tempest, Skylark and Cutlass.

Clear

California Prop 65 Warning 

Description

StreetGRIP front lowering coil springs improve the handling, ride quality and stance of your 1964-1967 GM A-Body muscle car including Chevelle, Malibu, GTO, 442, Lemans, Tempest, Skylark and Cutlass. StreetGRIP coil springs are CNC cold-wound from high tensile premium steel by then powder-coated for long-lasting, consistent operation. They feature a dual rate design which provides the best of both worlds. The “soft” spring section helps your car to transition over small road irregularities with emphsis on comfort. As the spring further compresses, such as during high cornering loads, the design transition to the firmer aka “stiff” spring rate. On the street and around our exclusive test track, RideTech works in conjunction with Hyperco, our technology partner, to develop the best A-body-specific dual rate springs for your car.

Videos
Instructions

11232350_11232351.pdf

Installation Instructions

Additional information
Engine Size

,

Suspension Location

Front

Suspension Type

StreetGrip – Stock Upgrade

Year

, , ,

Make

, , ,

Model

, , , , , , , , , , ,

Vehicle Fitment
Reviews