Chevy/GMC C1500 Pickup
Ridetech's StreetGrip system will equip any C1500 with the essential suspension upgrades for transformation into a superior handling sport truck.
C-notches provided in StreetGrip kits were developed to be longer with an extra vertical section and lip. Ridetechs unique C-notch features increase torsional rigidity and load spreading for maintaining towing and hauling capabilities.
HQ series custom valved monotube shocks, feature rebound adjustability and an impact-forged housing. Rear shock brackets will correct the shock angle geometry that changes once the truck in lowered.
Forged drop spindles matched with custom matched coil springs will lower trucks without changing suspension and alignment geometry. Combined with the axle flip kit, lowering will be similar to a 4/6 inch drop kit.
- Front Spoiler to Grond: 3.750 in.
- Front Fender Lip to Ground: 26.250 in. using 255/40R18 tires
- Rear Fender Lip to Ground: 26.750 in. using 275/40R18 tires
- Front Coil Spring Kit
- Drop Spindles
- Front & Rear HQ Series Shocks
- Rear C-Notch Kit
- Rear Flip Kit
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