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The Low-Down On GM Squarebody Truck Suspension From Detroit Speed2022-06-29
Detroit Speed has long been known for building fantastic suspension parts, and, jaw-dropping complete cars. With an eye on superior handling– derived on an OE engineering background–Detroit speed uses as much modern technology as possible, and aims primarily at Pro Touring and racing categories. Detroit Speed President Kyle Tucker recognized that he was missing a huge market, with no product offering for squarebody trucks. Turning his engineers loose, Detroit Speed has been hard at work crafting industry-leading parts that will give a squarebody the ability to corner-carve in a way that GM engineers would have never dared to dream of back in the day.
Upgrade The Windshield Wipers In Your Squarebody Truck With Detroit Speed's Selecta-Speed Wiper Kits2022-06-29
We wanted to see just how easy it is to install a Selecta-Speed system on a vehicle and chose the ever-popular "Squarebody" GM truck, since that is such a hot property in today’s world. The Squarebodies are approaching and sometimes eclipsing the value of earlier GM C10 trucks, so our choice was a good one. And as we found out, installation is shockingly simple, requiring basic hand tools and about an hour or so of garage time.
Detroit Speed Is Bringing World-Class Handling To Second-Gen C10 Trucks With Bolt-On Solutions2022-06-29
“C10 has been on our list for a while,” says Chris Stein-Martin of Detroit Speed. “That platform has seen a huge uptick in popularity recently. We started off with the square-bodies (1973-1991 model years), and we began developing the second gen C10 components shortly thereafter. Honestly it stems mostly from customers calling us and asking when we were going to develop these C10 systems. There’s a lot of suspension components available for these trucks now, but people were telling us that they just weren’t satisfied with what was out there. So the push to develop these systems really just came from the feedback that we were getting.”
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