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Extended Travel Coil-Over Lower A-arm Part #CTA-42EXT


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Extended Travel Coil-Over Lower A-arm Part #CTA-42EXT
Extended travel coilover front suspension kits are available for 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, Chevelle, El Camino, Monte Carlo, Malibu, and other a-body applications from Global West Suspension. If you are planning on lowering your car and running big tires for pro-touring or just achieving the desired look, extended travel front end kits are something you should be looking at. As coilover suspension grows in popularity and ride heights are getting lower and lower, suspension travel is becoming more limited. Dropped spindles lower the car down but reduce the amount of back space you can use on the rim. This makes for less tire on the front end, unless you step up to a 18 inch or larger rim. Why is the dropped spindle an issue? The inside of the rim hits the tie rod end because a dropped spindle raises the spindle pin up in the spindle, the steering knuckle arm that the tie rod attaches to stays in the stock location. You can (and many do) use conventional coilover shocks that plug into the stock frame using a conical wound spring; however, you will run out of travel if you get into a 2 inch drop scenario and you drive aggressively. You need more travel! That is why #CTA-42EXT was designed. It allows for extended travel. The upper shock mount is raised above the frame.

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$789.00
Extended Travel Coil-Over Lower A-arm Part provides more shock travel for lower cars.
Extended Travel Coil-Over Lower A-arm Part provides more shock travel for lower cars.Extended Travel Coil-Over Lower A-arm Part #CTA-42EXTExtended Travel Coil-Over Lower A-arm Part #CTA-42EXTExtended Travel Coil-Over Lower A-arm Part #CTA-42EXTExtended Travel Coil-Over Lower A-arm Part #CTA-42EXT
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Extended travel coilover front suspension kits are available for 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, Chevelle, El Camino, Monte Carlo, Malibu, and other a-body applications from Global West Suspension.

If you are planning on lowering your car and running big tires for pro-touring or just achieving the desired look, extended travel front end kits are something you should be looking at.

As coilover suspension grows in popularity and ride heights are getting lower and lower, suspension travel is becoming more limited. Dropped spindles lower the car down but reduce the amount of back space you can use on the rim. This makes for less tire on the front end, unless you step up to a 18 inch or larger rim.

Why is the dropped spindle an issue?

The inside of the rim hits the tie rod end because a dropped spindle raises the spindle pin up in the spindle, the steering knuckle arm that the tie rod attaches to stays in the stock location.

You can (and many do) use conventional coilover shocks that plug into the stock frame using a conical wound spring; however, you will run out of travel if you get into a 2 inch drop scenario and you drive aggressively. You need more travel! That is why #CTA-42EXT was designed. It allows for extended travel. The upper shock mount is raised above the frame.
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Extended travel coilover front suspension kits are available for 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, Chevelle, El Camino, Monte Carlo, Malibu, and other a-body applications from Global West Suspension.

If you are planning on lowering your car and running big tires for pro-touring or just achieving the desired look, extended travel front end kits are something you should be looking at.

As coilover suspension grows in popularity and ride heights are getting lower and lower, suspension travel is becoming more limited. Dropped spindles lower the car down but reduce the amount of back space you can use on the rim. This makes for less tire on the front end, unless you step up to a 18 inch or larger rim.

Why is the dropped spindle an issue?

The inside of the rim hits the tie rod end because a dropped spindle raises the spindle pin up in the spindle, the steering knuckle arm that the tie rod attaches to stays in the stock location.

You can (and many do) use conventional coilover shocks that plug into the stock frame using a conical wound spring; however, you will run out of travel if you get into a 2 inch drop scenario and you drive aggressively. You need more travel! That is why #CTA-42EXT was designed. It allows for extended travel. The upper shock mount is raised above the frame.

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