Tag: suspension

How-To Tuesday: Lowering Your Corvette

Raised vs lowered Zo6

Lowering your Corvette may have always been one of those, “maybe one day” type of dreams. Time to make it a reality. Today!

  Comments | By - October 20, 2015

A-Arm Bushing Press-Replacement Poly

I was replacing my bushings with Energy Suspensions Hyperflex Kit 84-95vette.When you install the new one piece bushing for the upper a-arm they show you a diagram using an arbor press and how to place them on the rod that runs through them. The one side is two piece and easy to do. The opposite […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

C4 Front Spring Removal

I have gotten lots of emails for this write up so I\’m dropping it in here also. Front spring removal on a C4 Corvette (This covers non adjustable suspensions. However adjustable suspensions should be the same except the shock & actuator removal & handling.) NEVER PLACE ANY BODY PART UNDER OR NEAR THE COMPRESSED SPRING! […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

Front Suspension Rebuild Lessons Learned

Following are my observations and lessons learned from rebuilding the front end of my 1980 Corvette. For all the years I\’ve subscribed to Corvette Fever and Vette, there have been numerous \”how to\” articles on front suspensions, but no one ever seem to address the \”speedbumps\” that I encountered. Since the above sources, Haynes, and […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

Lower a C4

Lowering the ride height on your 84-96 Corvette by Bill Rauch Whenever I think about lowering a car, the old Cheech & Chong movie pops to mind that begins with Chong strutting around his “Chebby” dusting it off to the tune of “Low, Low, Low – Low Rider”. Well, to quote famous engine builder Myron […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010