Ridetech 1964-1967 GM A-Body StreetGrip System, Big Block
1964-1967 GM A-Body StreetGrip System, Big Block
StreetGrip System for 64-67 GM “A” Body, Big Block
Includes Front and Rear Dual Rate Coil Springs, Delrin Front Control Arm Bushings, Front and Rear Sway Bars and HQ Series Shocks.
Make your hotrod happy!
Of the over 4 million A-bodies made, weâ€™ve seen and driven more than our fair share. We also know that many A-body owners donâ€™t want to turn their ride into a hardcore pro-touring cone-chaser; they just want a good stance, a smooth ride, the ability to handle corners with ease on a weekend cruise, and bragging rights when bench racing with their buddies! After years of A-body experience both on the track and on the street, we know that the StreetGrip system is exactly what your car needs.
Ridetech Street Grip
Complete System Includes:
2x tall upper ball joints
8x Delrin control arm bushings
2x front dual-rate coil springs
2x front adjustable shocks
1x front swaybar
2x Delrin swaybar bushings
2x swaybar end links
2x rear dual-rate coil springs
2x rear adjustable shocks
1x rear swaybar
Ridetech Street Grip
Today’s discerning hotrodder wants to enjoy driving their older musclecar as much as they enjoy driving their new Camaro. You want ride quality. You want handling performance. You DO NOT want to spend weeks or thousands of dollars to accomplish this.
RideTech feels the same way! That is why the StreetGrip suspension system was created.
The virtues of a quality RideTech suspension system have been well-documented on highways and race tracks all over the world. Now, we have combined this history of product quality and racing success into the intelligent hotrodders efficient suspension system…the RideTech StreetGrip!
MOST 64-67 GM A-bodies require a rear spring that has a “pigtail” on the bottom and is “open” on the top.
ALL 68-72 GM A-bodies require a rear spring that is “pigtail” on the top AND bottom.
SOME 67 GM A-bodies require a rear spring that is “pigtail” on the top AND bottom.
This is very easily determined by looking at the stock springs. If the car had pigtail/pigtail springs and a pigtail/open spring is installed, the car will sit about 2″ too high.
For more information on determining which type you need, please call your RideTech representative at 812-481-4787. When ordering online, please note which springs you need on your order; if no notation is made, the standard style spring for your kit will be shipped.
Ridetech Part #: 11235110