The RideTech Tri 5 CoilOver package includes everything you need to completely upgrade your existing suspension. Fitment includes the 1955-1957 Chevy Bel Air, Two-Ten & One-Fifty. The package contains front upper and lower control-arms, front MuscleBar, a rear 4-Link, and 4 HQ Series CoilOvers for every corner of the vehicle. The benefit of buying a complete suspension system is that it takes all of the guesswork out when purchasing a new suspension. RideTech has spent hours collecting data to find a perfect spring rate and components for your vehicle's performance and ride quality.
- The Upper StrongArms feature corrected ball joint angles and the upper ball joint have been moved back to allow for additional caster setting to improve high speed stability and steering feel. They are powdercoated black and fully assembled with ball joints, bushing and cross shafts, ready for installation.
The Lower StrongArms feature a double sheer lower mount for increased strength. They are powdercoated black and fully assembled with ball joints, bushing and cross shafts, ready for installation.
HQ Series CoilOvers utilize an impact forged aluminum body and Monotube design to deliver excellent ride quality and handling. They allow fine tuning of the ride quality and handling the rebound knob is located at the top of the shock for under hood access. They come standard with a 1,000,0001 Mile Warranty. Interested in AutoCross or Road Course Racing? Consider the TQ Series CoilOvers.
This Front MucleBar helps reduce body roll and includes the PosiLink endlinks that provide immediate engagement between the chassis and control arms.
- The Bolt On 4-Link greatly improves traction, handling and ride quality. Installation does not require the any major modifications to the floor pan and requires only minimal welding to the axle tube. The R-Joint rod ends combine the best qualities of low friction movement, lateral stability, full range articulation, and quiet operation into one special bearing that is as home on the street as it is on the racetrack!
On 1955, 1956 and 1957 cars, how do I tell the difference between 1 and 2 piece frames?
Look at the bottom of the main frame rail under the driver’s door area. On 1-piece frame cars the bottom of the frame will be flat and smooth. This frame is often called the "California" frame. The 2-piece frame design has a rough weld seam right down the bottom center of the frame rail front to rear.