All of us like our street rods, but how many of us really like to drive them? I am not asking the question because you are afraid of a rock chip or two, but rather, down deep in the seat of your pants, you aren’t particularly fond of the way your ride rides. There are basics that any rodder should know, and by following proven principles, you can enhance the ride of any street rod. Now, don’t expect to get that good-time feeling in the seat of your pants when comparing a solid-axle car to a fully independent car. That isn’t going to happen, as modern technology, when applied to a full independent suspension, will be light years ahead of a tube axle followed by a solid rearend. Granted, we street rodders will suffer for vanity’s sake, as the look in many cases is deemed to be more important than the ride; but, all of that aside, there is still more you can do. For some enlightenment on this subject, we have asked many of the industry’s experts (Fatman, Kugel Komponents, Heidt’s, Air Ride, SO-CAL Speed Shop, Eibach Springs, Aldan shocks, Tokico USA shocks, ECI brakes) to give us some… Read full this story
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