1955-57 CHEVY FRONT SUBFRAME
Custom jig-built to fit your frame rails
No longer do you have to go down to the junkyard to buy a subframe (sometimes called a "clip") to repair or update the front of the chassis so you can have disc brakes and rack-and-pinion steering. Besides there are no older Chevys with rack-and-pinion steering. We jig-build all of our tri-five subframes so they can be easily grafted to a stock frame with our tapered box-tube adapters. They feature Twenty First Century handling, stopping and steering with rack-and-pinion, coilover shocks and GM spindles and 11-inch GM disc brakes. It also features mounts for stock core support, engine/trans, body mounts and bumper bracket mounts, all in their stock locations. The multi-position upper coilover shock mount offers 3-4-inches of stance adjustment for the look you like best. We offer steering linkage kits, stock column adapters to splined U-joints, Flaming River or ididit columns to solve your steering hook-up problems. Your options include big brakes ( Wilwood 13 or 14-inch drilled and ball-milled super stoppers), 1-inch diameter antisway bar (front and rear available) any step over the front suspension, power rack-and-pinion steering, ShockWave air suspension, heavy duty tubular A-arms (1" upper and 1 1/4" diamter lowers) 1-inch narrower track width, adjustable coilover shocks and more. To connect to your new rack, we offer steering linkage kits and new ididit tilt-columns. We can install it for you at our new 12,500 sq.ft. facility, if you don't want the extra hassle.
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