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Hot New Suspension Systems for 88-98 C1500 | Coilover and Airride

Coilover and Air Ride Suspension Systems | GMT400

Ridetech is very proud to announce the launch of two new suspension systems for 1988-1998 C1500 pickup trucks. Available in coilover and airride configurations, both systems replace your truck’s leaf springs with wishbone-link rear suspension and tubular StrongArm™ front suspension.
The wishbone upper link serves two purposes: First, it locates your truck’s axle without the need for a separate Panhard bar or another device. Second, it works with two lower links to improve handling, ride quality better than leaf springs. Lower links feature Ridetech’s maintenance-free R-joint rod ends. It all bolts to your factory frame by way of a tubular crossmember and heavy-duty C-Notches.

For the front suspension, Ridetech StrongArms™ offer revised geometry for improved performance. 2″ drop spindles facilitate lowering. Choose coilovers or air springs with adjustable HQ Series Shock Absorbers. A MUSCLEbar™ front sway bar, with investment-cast bar ends and delrin-lined bushings, completes the system.

The team at Ridetech says they’re having tons of fun driving their GMT400 R&D truck. Apparently, 1988-1998 C1500 pickups respond especially well to suspension upgrades. Clean examples of these trucks are still around. Better pick one up while they are still affordable.

About Ridetech

Ridetech high-performance suspension components and systems improve the handling and ride quality of muscle cars, trucks, hot rods, and late model performance vehicles. Ridetech offers a wide range of premium products including air suspension systems (air ride), coilovers, shock absorbers, tubular control arms, coil, and leaf springs, sway bars, roll bars and much more. Ridetech-equipped vehicles have won every prominent award in the aftermarket including Street Machine of the Year, Street Rod of the Year, Truck of the Year, the Ridler Award, America’s Most Beautiful Roadster, Goodguys Autocross and Hot Rod of the Year.