TIPS FOR BUILDING A CLASSIC TRUCK WITH AIR RIDE SUSPENSION
Key factors that affect air ride suspension fit
o Fitment of Motor
o Tire Height
o Tire Width
o Wheel Offset & Backspace
o Spindle Model Year & Type
o Fenders & Firewall
GSI’s kits are designed to accommodate a common set-up; slight variances can occur with fenders and the firewall.
We recommend purchasing your air ride suspension first, and then purchasing wheels & a motor that will fit your suspension. Suspension is designed to accommodate motor & wheel sizes; it is not a one type fits all sizes. GSI suspension kits and frames are designed for SB/LS based engines, other engines will require extra modifications.
GSI Designed the '63-72 Front Suspension Kit off a '71-72 Spindle.
The '63-72 Front Suspension Kit REQUIRES THE USE OF A '71-72 Disc Brake Spindle
('71-72 Drop Spindle Style is another option)
Save yourself time & money and purchase components that fit your suspension.
Be sure to have your suspension installed by a certified installer that is familiar with air ride suspension.
Always test fit everything before paint or powder-coat.
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*Always refer to the Kit Install Instructions before purchasing and if you have any questions please give us a call 1-877-951-1890.