New Product: RideTech Introduces New Subframe Connectors For First-Generation Camaro/Firebird – Innovation In Action!

New Product: RideTech Introduces New Subframe Connectors For First-Generation Camaro/Firebird – Innovation In Action!

Great companies innovate, right? That’s been the hallmark of RideTech since the earliest days of its existence and the company continues to do it today. The proof is in the fact that these guys have released newly designed subframe connectors for first generation Camaro/Firebird owners. Innovation doesn’t require you to invent a concept but it’s really awesome when you can innovate an existing one and elevate it to the next level.

These connectors are cool because they bolt on, will work with stock leaf springs, Ridetech StreetGrip, and Ridetech four link systems, and require no fabrication to install. Get instant stiffness for your first generation Camaro or Firebird without having to cut and weld. Pretty great stuff. The details are below.

Here’s the story on the new first generation Camaro/Firebird subframe connectors!

The Ridetech subframe connectors for 1967, 1968, and 1969 Camaro / Firebird add rigidity to your vintage F-Body 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 F-Body 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 first gen Camaro or Firebird.

Unique design!
Super strong built in leaf spring pocket
100% compatible with:
Original equipment leaf springs
Ridetech Streetgrip composite leaf springs
Ridetech 4-Link rear suspension systems

  • 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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