The right hardware for your hauler

One Classy Chassis

Schwartz Performance  full frames for 1967-1972 Chevrolet & GMC C10 trucks fasten to the cab & bed the same way your stock frame does. There is no floor cutting required (except for some transmissions), and the ride height is dropped from stock about 4 inches. The Ridetech coilovers used have adjustment for damping and ride height to give your truck an edge in autocross competitions as well as the ability to have a comfortable ride. All of our chassis utilize the same suspension geometry, which means your truck will now have all modern suspension and steering components and geometry.

This Schwartz chassis allows up to a 345 wide tire to fit in your [mini-tubbed] wheel wells, & we recommend up to a 315 wide front tire, but a 335 front will also fit. Our standard 13″ Wilwood brake setup fits under 17″ wheels, and some 16″ wheels. For 15″ or 16″ rims we recommend our 12″ brake kit.

Schwartz Performance

Pick Me Up

Air Lift has returned to its beginnings with its new 1000 HD load support kit, a modern take on its debut product. This kit is Air Lift’s heaviest-duty coil spring insert, providing up to 2,500 pounds of load-leveling capability. These custom-molded polyurethane air springs were specifically engineered for 2009-18 coil-sprung Ram 1500 pickups and insert into the rear coil springs, no modifications required. Working with the existing suspension, the Air Lift 1000 HD does away with frequent issues faced when towing heavy loads—including squat, poor headlight aim, unresponsive steering and more—to give you a smoother, more customizable ride.

Air Lift Company

Ready to Roll

Designed for ease of installation, BluePrint Engines’ new turnkey small-block Chevrolet 350-ci engine comes complete with fuel delivery system, distributor, balancer, flex plate and all front serpentine drive pulley components. This easy drop-in installation solution offers 365 hp and more than 400 ft-lbs of torque, with a 9.1:1 compression ratio. Precision machined throughout, with all new components, this engine promises BluePrint quality and years of reliable performance.

BluePrint Engines

Cool Under Fire


These sparkplug boot protectors from Heatshield Products promise to save your boots from damaging heat, preventing ignition failures and misfires caused by heat-damaged boots, and increasing ignition performance by limiting electrical resistance. Heatshield’s Lava boot shields, HP boots and Insul-Boot all offer thermal protection up to and exceeding 1,200°F to keep your boots cool under fire.

Heatshield Products

Lifted and Loaded

ReadyLIFT is now offering a new leveling solution for 2017-18 GM 1500 trucks to compensate for the simple stamped-steel upper control arms that provide minimal support for the factory ball joint, especially when the truck is leveled or lifted. The company’s CNC-machined billet 6061 aluminum, 2.25-inch two-piece strut extension leveling kit components have been combined with strong DOM-tube steel upper control arms with heavy-duty ball joints and anti-resistance bushing assembly in this cure-all kit. The combination leveling kit ensures your truck will sit level and maintain the factory ride, while avoiding any factory stamped-steel control arm malfunction.

ReadyLIFT Suspensions

Ultimate Protection

XPEL Ultimate paint protection film is on the rise for its ability to protect a truck’s finish from stone chips and fine scratches. The virtually invisible urethane film utilizes elastomeric polymers to eliminate these minor imperfections over time and help maintain a glossy factory finish. A simple alternative to plastic hood protectors and other add-on guards, Ultimate panels are perfect for avoiding costly professional touchups. Designed to help prevent the dings and scratches that come on and off the road, XPEL Ultimate is available at select dealerships and through authorized installers.


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