Borgeson Steering Install: Doing It Right The Second Time Around

Borgeson Steering Install: 1955 Bel Air Being cheap rarely pans out in your favor. On our project 1955 Bel Air, we keep finding parts on the car from the previous owners that were bought cheaply and now we are having to replace them. They say that being cheap costs more than double because you buy the cheap part, then have to pay again for the good and more expensive … [Read more...]

Installed: Borgeson’s New 1968-1986 C10 Steering Box!

Upgrading Your 1968-1986 C10 Steering Box As the C10 market has blown up, the Square Body market has been blowing up behind it. People are falling in love with these trucks again and picking them up. They are a great looking truck, easy to work on, and relatively cheap right now. What's not to love? The aftermarket has noticed and the parts keep coming out for them. … [Read more...]

The General Lee Goes Postal With QA1 Upgrade!

Upgrading Charger Suspension With QA1 In the 1960's muscle cars were all about going fast in a straight line. These cars had massive engines and ran like a bat out of a hell in a straight line but taking a turn at speed resulted in tires screaming for their life. Even though in the Dukes of Hazzard series the '69 Charger was portrayed as a stout do-it-all car, the … [Read more...]