Detroit Speed - Rear Speed Kit 3 - Double Adjustable Remote Shocks - Stock Axle
1964-1966 GM A-Body
Part # 041611-RDS
Our Speed kits are designed to make your A-Body maintain optimum geometry and tire contact through the full range of rear suspension travel. Through the use of our patented Swivel-Links™, the rear end housing becomes fully articulated, without the use of noisy spherical heim joints. With the Swivel-Links™ pinion angle and/or wheelbase can be adjusted without unbolting the link from the car. The Detroit Speed tubular rear sway bar attaches to the chassis for a substantial improvement in cornering ability. Our rear Speed Kit springs, shock absorbers and sway bars are designed to complement the front Detroit Speed Kits, giving your classic contemporary handling and ride quality on par with the latest modern muscle cars.Double Adjustable w/ Remote Canister This DSE/JRi shock has all of the qualities of the double adjustable shock and incorporates a gas charged bladder to provide high frequency and low speed dampening control.Remote Canister Shock MountsThese billet aluminum shock mounts are manufactured for securing your remote shock canisters to the vehicle. The shocks mount with two 1/4"-20 x 1/2" buttonhead screws.
|Product Type||Rear Speed Kit|
|Shock Type||Double Adjustable Remote|
|Speed Kit Type||Rear|
|California Proposition 65 Required||Yes|
This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.
- Patented Swivel-Link™ Rear Control Arms
- Detroit Speed Chassis Brace Kit
- Detroit Speed Specific Rear Coilover Shocks & Springs
- Detroit Speed Tubular Rear Sway Bar
- Spanner Tool for easy shock adjustments
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