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Ridetech 11004699

Ridetech CoolRide Rear Mounting Kit

029-11004699

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$450.00
Ridetech CoolRide Rear Mounting Kit $450.00
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CoolRide Rear Mounting Kit

Ridetech 11004699 Details

CoolRide Mounting Kit

Includes airsprings with weld-on axle mounts, weld-on lower shock brackets, and weld-in upper shock/airspring crossmember. Does NOT include shocks.

Specifications:

Manufacturer's Part Number:
11004699

4-Link Rear Suspensions Designed
to Offer More Versatility

The 4Link is RideTech's universal 4-link for custom applications, it's responsible for holding the rear axle of a vehicle and is used to replace old leaf spring suspensions. It requires some welding, but it is a simple and very effective way to upgrade your vintage suspension. The 4-Link can be equipped with a RideTech air suspension system or coil-over by using their cross member kit. The 4-Link comes in two designs, triangulated and parallel, each with their own advantages.


Triangulated 4-Link System
The triangulated 4-Link is designed for the professional builder who wants a straightforward, no-compromise rear air ride suspension. The triangulated version Air4Link is a tubular version of the tried and true rear suspension that GM has used since 1964. Welding and basic fabrication skills are needed. As a result, the triangulated Air4Link is highly adaptable to a variety of custom installations. The triangulated 4-link can use a CoolRide style air spring/bracket/shock arrangement or a rear ShockWave as an upgrade option or can be used with the simple coil-over shock set-up. For the professional shop or advanced installer, the triangulated Air4Link is the top choice.

Parallel 4-Link System
Air Ride Technologies also offers the 4-link rear suspension in a parallel style. Very similar in construction to the tri-link... rubber bushings, heavy tubing, laser cut brackets... but the parallel 4 link uses a panhard bar to position the rear axle side to side. In many applications, such as late model trucks, this configuration avoids interference between the upper bars and the OEM gas tank. The parallel 4 link is also slightly easier for the casual installer to visualize and install because there are fewer bar mounts to deal with... the frame brackets and axle brackets carry both upper and lower bars.


Features of Triangulated & Parallel 4-Link Systems:

  • Superior Ride Quality
  • Rubber Bushings Eliminate Poly Bushing Squeak and Improve Ride Quality
  • Allows Maximum Suspension Travel and Tighter Wheel to Fender Clearances
  • Highly Adaptable to Most Vehicles
  • Simple, Straightforward Installation
  • .219'' Wall Direct Threaded DOM Tubing for Maximum Strength
  • .188'' Wall Alloy Steel Brackets are CNC Laser-Cut and Folded for Strength and Accuracy

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