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Woody’s Hot Rodz launches complete Heidts suspension-equipped chassis for Chevrolet Tri-Fives

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May 2018 — Heidts Hot Rod & Muscle Car Parts, the leader in front & rear suspensions for street rods and Muscle car parts, has partnered with Woody’s Hot Rodz to offer Tri-Five enthusiasts an OE reproduction chassis paired with a modern Heidts 4-link rear suspension or PRO-G Independent Rear Suspension system with tubular control arms. The Woody’s Hot Rodz Tri-Five chassis offers an updated and sturdy foundation for any Tri-Five build and with multiple options of Heidts suspension setups, enthusiast can find the right setup for any level of driving.

The front end of the Woody’s Hot Rodz Tri-Five chassis features a stock type cross member paired with Heidts upper and lower tubular control arms, billet coil over shocks, PRO-G drop spindles, 1” sway bar and optional Wilwood brake kit. This setup is complete with Heidts triangular 4-link rear suspension. With the 4-link kit being one of Heidts’ most popular choices, users can improve the overall ride quality and handling with updated, modern suspension.

The chassis is also available with identical front suspension components and a PRO-G IRS that is sure to rival the handling of modern sports cars. The PRO-G IRS is a complete hub to hub assembly that includes a Currie third member, Wilwood brake kit, standard or high horsepower CV shafts, billet adjustable coil over shocks and springs and all the necessary brackets.

Woody’s Hot Rodz Chassis with Heidts Front and 4-Link Rear (Part No. WHR-CHA-7) starts at $11,999.95 and is also available with Heidts PRO-G IRS Front/Rear (Part No. WHR-CHA-6), starting at $19,999.95. To purchase the Woody’s Hot Rodz Chassis, visit or to purchase Heidts products, visit

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