How to Build and Modify Suspension

How's your suspension? It's one of the first projects youneed to do on your hotrod.

From rebuilding it to modifying it to building from scratch, we will be constantly adding more tech to this page.

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-Suspension 101 - Read This First!

-Basic Lowering

-Find Your Car's Center of Gravity!

-Traction Bars! The Way to Eliminate Axle Wrap!

-Tuning 4 Link Rear Suspensions for the Drag Strip

-Leaf Springs Rear Suspension System

-Triangulated 4 Link Rear Suspension System

-Parallel 4 Link Rear Suspension System

-3 Link Rear Suspension System

-Torque Arm Rear Suspension System

-'C Notch' How to Do It Yourself!

-The Monster Notch! How to Lay Frame...

-Rack and Pinion Conversion on a 1949 to 1954 Chevy Car

-F100 Solid Axle to Independent Front Suspension on the Cheap!

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