1955 Chevy Dropped Spindle Kit, 2"
- Lowers The Front 2"
- Completes Both Sides
- Maintains Stock Steering & Suspension Geometry
- Moves Wheel & Tire Inboard 1/4" Per Side For Added Tire Clearance
- Requires Use Of Rotors P/N 20-126
There are two ways to properly lower the front end of your classic. One is to add lowering coil springs; the other is to add a set of our two-inch dropped spindles. The dropped spindles have an advantage over lower coils in that they can be used with stock height coils and will not in any way alter the steering or suspension geometry. In addition, our two-inch dropped spindle kit actually reduces the offset of the wheel mounting surface to the outer fenders by 1/4" per side, reducing tire clearance issues experienced with standard front spindles equipped with disc brakes. This complete kit replaces your stock spindles and attaches directly to your stock ball joints. The dropped spindles work equally as well with stock or tubular control arms.
|Make / Model||Series||Body||Notes||Year|
|CHEVROLET 150||150, All Models||1955, 1956, 1957|
|CHEVROLET 210||210, All Models||1955, 1956, 1957|
|CHEVROLET BEAUVILLE||WAGON||Beauville, All Models||1955, 1956, 1957|
|CHEVROLET BEL AIR||Bel Air, All Models||1955, 1956, 1957|
|CHEVROLET NOMAD||WAGON||Nomad, All Models||1955, 1956, 1957|
|CHEVROLET TOWNSMAN||WAGON||Townsman, All Models||1957|
MORE PRODUCT INFO
- 1955-57 2-Inch Dropped Spindles Installation (765.29 KB .PDF)