There is no denying the popularity of the first- and second-generation F-bodies. They’re a staple in the hot world. In fact, they are possibly the most popular classic cars you can buy. Goe to any car show, cruise night, or drag strip, and you’re sure to see a multitude of them. Enthusiasts have been modifying them since they first started burning rubber. Fortunately, Heidts Hot Rod and Muscle Car Parts have been there the entire time. In fact, the suspension and chassis building entity is always improving its already outstanding products.
For instance, check out the all-new four-link system for the early Camaro and Firebird, designed for use with mini-tubbed hot rods. This new kit easily transforms the rear suspension of the first- and second-generation Camaro and Firebird, making your F-body a more capable performer, both on and off the track.
Heidts has developed this all-new four-link rear suspension system and built it upon its previous kits offering a true wide-tire solution with mini tubs for today’s high horsepower and track day cars. A standard four-link kit comes with all necessary brackets, hardware, links, and a Panhard bar, along with adjustable coilover shocks and springs. There is a complete kit available that also includes mini tubs, Wilwood rear brake packages, Currie 9-inch housings, axles, and third member, double- and triple-adjustable coilover shocks, as well as other additional options.
Heidts wide tire kits translate to more grip, a flatter ride through corners, and the performance to bring your Camaro’s handling capabilities to the next level. The kit is usable both on and off the track, meaning you won’t need a trailer to take it racing. Heidts wide tire four-link kits for the 1967 through 1980 F-body starts at $1,960. For more information on the Heidts four-link or to purchase any other Heidts product, visit www.heidts.com.