1960-1965 Falcon Rear Triangulated Suspension

1960-1965 Falcon Rear Triangulated Suspension


TCI 1960-1965 Falcon Rear Triangulated Suspension 527-5106-00

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1960-1965 Falcon Rear Triangulated Suspension

Charlotte Rod and Custom is proud to offer the Triangulated 4-Link Rear Suspension. This rear triangulated suspension package allows a lower stance for better handling and greater axle control when higher horsepower engines are installed. The installation mostly requires drilling and bolting in components except for welding the 4 tabs on top of your axle housing for the upper link bars. The optional antisway bar will require brackets to be welded onto the axle housing as well. The kit is available for 8” and 9” axle housings. Please specify at the time of ordering. Complete 9” axle housings are available fully welded and ready to be bolted in.

Triangulated Suspension Package designed to:

  • Lower the stance
  • Dramatically improve handling and braking

This New TCI Engineering Rear Suspension package Includes:
TCI product package includes:

  • 1” upper & lower link bars with stainless adjustors
  • Triangular bolt-in cradle bracket
  • All American coil-over shocks
  • Upper coil-over crossmember
  • Frame rail channel brackets
  • Floor reinforcing plates
  • Bolt-on axle brackets
  • Hardware kit
  • Detailed instruction manual

* Note: 9 inch requires weld-on brackets

This product requires a custom shipping quote and will not be charged shipping in the check out process (it will be charged at a later time).

At Charlotte Rod we are an authentic Hot Rod parts store representing 75 dealers and have over 20 years of experience in the business. We are happy to answer your install questions and provide you with all the install support specs you may need. Please check our feedback and read what our satisfied customers are saying. If you have any questions regarding this part, please call us at 1-800-529-0232.

Part Number: 527-5106-00

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