Chevy Impala Base 1961-1963, Rear Upper and Lower Trailing Arm Package by Hotchkis®. Remove wheel hop and add traction and handling of your vehicle with this trailing arm handling suspension package. Designed utilizing the latest technology, this product by Hotchkis features premium quality and will perform better than advertised. Perfect for your vehicle and lifestyle, it is manufactured to meet or exceed stringent industry standards.
|Finish: Powder Coated|
- Improves Traction and Handling
- Reduces Wheel Hop
- Cure Unwanted Driveline Vibration
- Direct Bolt In
- Includes Instructions And Grade 8 Hardware
- CNC Machining And TIG-welded Construction
- Grease-able Polyurethane Bushings
- Allows For Pinion Angle Adjustment
Hotchkis Sport Suspension Adjustable upper and lower trailing arms for your vehicle body work together to positively locate and control the rear axle. Launches are quicker smoother and more consistent by reducing wheel hop. The adjustable upper control arms allow for easy pinion angle changes to better tune your vehicle. Cornering and overall stability are dramatically improved through increased roll stiffness and sway bar effectiveness. The fabricated trailing arms are constructed from one piece of .120 in. wall TIG-welded steel tubing making them the strongest in the industry and include greasable polyurethane bushings. Trailing arm mount braces and hardware are also included. For easy bushing installation we also recommend GM Upper Trailing Arm Bushing Installation and Removal Tool.
Founded in Santa Fe Springs, California in the late 1960s during the height of the original muscle car boom, Hotchkis® got its start building products that blessed GM, Mopar, and Ford performance cars with new abilities to corner and handle with stability at racetrack speeds. As the company’s reputation for building quality products grew, Hotchkis components soon found their way onto all kinds of vehicles that were not made to go fast in any way, shape, or form. It didn’t take long before station wagons, convertibles, and pickup trucks were wheeling around tracks all over southern California with the tenacity of sports cars. After decades of developing suspension-enhancing products that have led to victories in championship racing events, slalom track competitions, and street challenges, Hotchkis has refined and perfected their manufacturing techniques to become the internationally respected company they are today. In 2013, Hotchkis opened a second facility in North Carolina which allows them to perform R&D on multiple platforms simultaneously, fabricate products for a greater number of racing applications, and offer suspension installation services. CARiD is proud to offer the best values you’ll find on a full range of Hotchkis sport coil springs that lower your vehicle’s center of gravity to add resposiveness, tubular sway bars that optimize chassis balance, control, and stability, rear suspension packages that dramatically improve traction during launch and cornering, and much more.