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BOLT-ON COIL-OVER CONVERSION KITS BY ALDAN AMERICAN

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Aldan American brings 35 years of innovation & suspension performance knowledge to the classic muscle car market.  Tri-5, A, F, and G-Body owners now have a bolt-on solution available to properly adjust their car’s ride-height & fine-tune their vehicle’s suspension. Aldan offers several options for street performance & racing use. Aldan coil-over kits will allow you to lower your vehicle, improve ride quality & handling, as well as maintain the integrity of your classic. Aldan’s 100% bolt-on kits are designed for easy installation in a matter of hours using basic hand tools – eliminating drilling, cutting & welding.

Front Coil Over Kits (Tri-Five, A, F, and G-Body) — Aldan American’s new, front coil-over conversion kits replace the front, factory shocks & springs with performance, coil-over suspension. Aldan kits ship complete with Aldan’s signature, Phantom Series adjustable coil-over shocks. Aldan high travel coil-springs are specially designed to fit into the factory upper spring pockets for a direct fit. Lower mounting components, as well as Grade 8 hardware, are included with each application.

Rear Coil Over Kits (A and G-Body) — Aldan American’s new, rear coil-over conversion kits replace the rear factory shocks & springs with performance coil-over suspension. Chevy, Buick, Pontiac & Oldsmobile owners now have a bolt-on solution to improve handling, ride quality & gain the ability to adjust their car’s ride-height. Aldan products are 100% Made in the U.S.A. and are designed & engineered to make your muscle car handle like a modern day sports car.

Aldan products are 100% Made in the U.S.A. and are in stock and ready to order, as well as our entire line-up of performance suspension products.

 

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