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Old 12-25-2018, 08:33 PM
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Default 1967-69 complete suspension parts worth keeping?

Debating on keeping my setup, parts have been mounted but not ran. 0 road miles, took everything off to powder coat my frame but debating on going a different route. View parts list below. Any feedback I would appreciate

1967-1969 camaro pro touring suspension
Located in Victoria, Tx 77904

Cost listed below
Front $2850
Speed tech road assault suspension $2400
Standard Road Assault Package includes-
* Speed Tech Tubular Upper control arms.
* Speed Tech Tubular Lower Control Arms.
* Speed Tech T6061 billet tie rod adjustment sleeves.
* 1 1/8" chrome moly tubular front sway bar.
* Viking Double Adjustable coil over kit for either Small Block/ LS or Big Block motors.
* Shock thrust bearing and adjuster wrench kit.
* All new mounting hardware.

New $450
Center link
Inner/outer tie rods
Idle arm
Pitman arm
New spindles
New steering arms

Rear $1780
DSE lower shock Plate $80
Upper and lower leaf spring pads $35
Viking adjustable shocks $400
Shackle kit $65
Global west 3 lowering leaf springs $400
CalTracs traction bars low profile $400
Chris Alston Chassis rear Gstreet sway bar $400

Anything I should be concerned with? Mainly using the car as of now to cruis but would like to get into autocross at some point
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Old 01-03-2019, 12:58 AM
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It looks like a good setup.
The next step up would be to get some kind of rear link suspension. Quadralink, Ride Tech, Speed Tech torque arm, or similar. A link rear will ride better and you gain some in handling too. In my mind, once you start looking at a rear leaf relocation kit, it's time to seriously consider a link suspension.
Your front suspension should work well. Next step up would be a new subframe which would gain you 2.5" per side more tire room.

You didn't mention if you have mini tubbed your rear. If you did, then getting enough rubber up front becomes difficult on a first gen.

You will need a good steering box

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