New C-10 Products

C-10 Rear Panhard Rod Kit

Available For 1963-72 Chevy Pickups
$219.00

C-10 Rear Shock Relocator Kit

Available For 1963-72 Chevy Pickups
$149.00
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  • Wide Ride I.F.S.

    For 1948-72 Ford Pickups & 1955-59 Chevy Pickups
    Standard with Power Steering,
    12" drilled/slotted rotors,
    front boxing plates,
    and a front sway bar.
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  • Big 10 Chassis

    Available for: 1947-54 Chevy Truck
    1955-59 Chevy Truck
    1948-52 Ford Truck
    1953-56 Ford Truck
    1957-60 Ford Truck
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  • C10 Rear Shock Relocator

    For 1963-72 Chevy Pickups
    Our new rear shock mounting system provides for the mounting of a long stroke shocks.
    Even on lowered trucks, allowing the full travel of the rear suspension.
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  • C10 Panhard Rod Kit

    For 1963-72 Chevy Pickups
    Just as you update your motor and trans components, it is also important to upgrade suspension products.
    Try Our new rear panhard rod kit.
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  • Sniper IFS

    For 1967-69 Camaro/Firebird
    Features No Limit fabricated lower control arms, SPC – No Limit spec fully adjustable upper control arms, Coleman – No Limit “Short Snout” spindle assembly, No Limit Billet hub and rotor adapter, Coleman – Sweet servo drive power rack and pinion, & Speedway Engineering splined sway bar.
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No Limit Engineering

12 Dec 2012
Meet Rob MacGregor
Rob MacGregor

The year was 1982. I was late for a Chem. final. I thought I could cheat the next light so I gave the ol' '56 some gas and sped up to 70 or so. Just before the point of no return, the light turned yellow. Brake lights ahead! I pushed on the clutch and pressed on the brakes -- NO BRAKES -- pedal drops to the floor. I pumped frantically -- NO BRAKES!

The 9" Ford rear had no e-brake cables hooked up. Down shifted the Munci to 3rd. Still going too fast! Downshift to 2nd - bad idea - too much load.

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