RideTech Introduces TruLink Rear Suspension Systems For A/G Body GM

New from RideTech – the TruLink Adjustable Rear Suspension System for 1964-1972 GM A-body or 1978-1988 G-Body. These systems improve handling, launch characteristics, and ride quality. See more details below.

Official Release:

Tune up the suspension of your 1964-1972 GM A-body or 1978-1988 G-Body muscle car with RideTech’s new TruLink Adjustable Rear Suspension System. Achieve significantly better handling and launch characteristics along with dramatically improved ride quality and service life. The comprehensive system features heavy duty tubular control arms, patent-pending R-Joint rod ends and bearings plus application-tuned HQ Series adjustable shock absorbers.

TruLink replaces flex-prone stamped upper and lower trailing arms with tubular steel StrongArms. These heavy duty 1.5” OD .156 wall DOM steel tube trailing arms are precision welded at RideTech’s Jasper, Indiana factory and then powder-coated for long-lasting appearance. RideTech installs patent-pending R-Joint rod ends and bearings for noise-free movement with high articulation. R-Joints eliminate the binding, stiction, noise and vibration associated with poly bushings offered in most aftermarket control arms. R-Joints never need lubrication and have exceptional wear resistance. Additionally, the TruLink system also includes press-in R-Joints for your axle housing to upper control arm attachment points. This critical feature is often overlooked in the upgrade process.

The final piece in the TruLink system is a pair of RideTech HQ Series adjustable monotube shock absorbers. We custom-valve them specifically for A-Body and G-Body muscle cars with modern tires. Rebound adjustment helps you fine tune damping to suit your car’s needs and your personal preferences. RideTech HQ Series shocks offer an industry-exclusive 1,000,001-mile warranty.

TruLink can be complemented with matching front HQ Series shocks, StreetGRIP high performance coil springs and an adjustable MuscleBar front and rear sway bars.

Features:

  • Better handling and launch characteristics
  • Dramatically improved ride quality and service life
  • Replaces flex-prone stamped upper and lower trailing arms

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Chris McWilliams grew up watching his dad race go-karts around his Southern Indiana home and started racing junior dragsters when he was 10 years old. Chris drove a UMP Mini Stock for two seasons until he totaled his racecar in an accident at Western Kentucky Speedway. He is currently a college student at Oakland City University working on a degree to pay the bills for his dirt racing addiction.
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