So, you wanna “bag your classic but not sure if you can handle the task on your own? Let us help you build some much-needed confidence by giving you an overview of the complete process. Gone are the days of welding in rear notches and front control arm bag brackets. Intelligent engineers developed a kit that you can simply order and bolt in. Yes, you read that right bolt in! With the help of Diego Rodriguez and his crew at Resurrected Fab, we quickly documented the process to go from factory to framed. Note: This is not a step-by-step technical install; this is more of a simple comprehension story for the guys who just don’t quite understand the process.
All Porterbuilt products are hand-built in America by a staff of professional fabricators in their Arizona facility using state-of-the-art welding and precision fabrication equipment. If you are looking for the best possible kit to convert your truck to air suspension while maintaining your factory front cross member, this is the kit for you. The company’s products are built with quality and performance in mind.
Porterbuilt designed the front air-ride kit to replace your factory control arms and coil springs, lowering your truck and improving handling, without replacing the factory front cross member. The company’s Stage 2 Rear “Deluxe” Kit for your ’63-’72 C10 is an engineered bolt-in suspension system designed to lower your truck as low as possible while maintaining the factory bed floor. They developed this kit to replace all the factory cross members, from the trailing arm cross member back, with tubular versions that bolt right in. It also includes a fully adjustable track bar for improved handling and performance. If you are looking for the best possible kit to lower your C10 and keep the bed-floor intact, this is the one!