Don’t Miss New C-10 Suspension Kits From Heidts At SEMA
Bolt-on kits allow for lower ride height while providing ultimate handling
Lake Zurich, Illinois: If you're heading to the SEMA show next week, be sure to check out the Heidts Automotive booth in Hot Rod Alley, 23585.
Heidts is releasing an all new bolt on independent rear suspension for the popular '67-72 and '73-87 Chevy C-10. Heidts’ new bolt on IRS kits will work with both long bed and short bed applications, and even allow a long bed to short bed conversion.
Best of all, this kit can be bolted on and installed in a home garage or driveway in a weekend. The back-half kit allows for a wide tire and lower ride height without sacrificing ride quality while providing the ultimate handling. Adjustable coilover shocks, Currie 3rd members, and C4 or Wilwood brakes round out a complete solution for your C-10.
The new Heidts IRS will be on display in the New Products section and the full frame will be on display in the Heidts booth.
“We are excited to bring our new bolt-on C10 IRS kits to SEMA,” Wallace Leyshon of Heidts said. “The C-10 market is such a popular application, and for good reason. These new kits give customers who prefer a lower ride height the quality handling they have been looking for.”
If your frame is a little too far gone, or you want the ultimate sleeper, check out the new C-10 frame loaded with Heidts Superide II IFS kit and IRS.
Heidts frames are fully boxed for added strength and rigidity with center bracing. The Superide II IFS kit provides a heavy duty crossmember with power steering, adjustable coilover shocks, Wilwood brakes and a beefy tubular control arm. Heidts PRO-G IRS or our heavy duty 4 link round out the complete package for a great look and even better ride.