Ridetech Adds Bolt In Subframe Connectors For 1962-1967 and 1968-1974 Novas!

Ridetech Adds Bolt In Subframe Connectors For 1962-1967 and 1968-1974 Novas!

Chassis stiffness is something that virtually everyone racing a car wants and needs to some degree. If you go drag racing you do not what the chassis flexing and preventing an even plant of both rear tires onto the track. If you go to the autocross and road course racing you need a stiff chassis to keep the functionality of  your suspension at top notch. If the car itself is twisting, the work you have done to upgrade your handling will be all for naught.

And lastly, there’s just the idea that if you own a classic car, especially one that has 40 or 50 years of road going history on it, reinforcing stuff ain’t so bad an idea. This is why Ridetech is coming into the bolt-in subframe connector game now. They are releasing connectors for 1962-1967 Novas as well as 1968-1974 Novas as well. No fab work needed, high quality materials, and a job that you can bang out right in your driveway or home shop.

Good stuff and this is a new player in an established game!

Here’s the skinny on the new Nova subframe connectors from Ridetech –

NOVA Subframe Connectors

1968-1974 Chevy Nova Subframe Connectors

11267300 $675

1962-1967 Chevy II Nova Subframe Connectors

11257300 $675
The Ridetech subframe connectors for Chevy Nova platforms add rigidity to your vintage chassis and improve performance by reducing chassis flex.

Modern tires and aftermarket suspension components are pushing the limits of OEM chassis designs – particularly the popular GM Nova platform. Ridetech’s subframe connectors offer a simple bolt-on improvement that significantly increase the performance of the OEM chassis and dramatically transforms the handling and ride quality of your Chevy Nova,  Oldsmobile Omega, Pontiac Ventura, and Buick Apollo.

  • Fabricated from 1.5 in. x 3 in. x .125 wall steel for high strength
  • The rear of the subframe connector mounts solidly into three existing floor pan bolt locations for maximum strength and completely replaces the original leaf spring pocket
  • The front of the subframe connector bolts through the original subframe and is captured by the body bushing as well to enhance rigidity
  • No fabrication required, direct bolt-on
  • Durable powder coated finish for long-lasting, high-quality, appearance
  • Includes hardware

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