When we were done working at Route 66, I could not believe how far we had come. The first day I came into town, we tore out the old suspension and by the end of the second day, we were a few brake lines away from being completely finished with the suspension overhaul. Follow along as we show you the simplicity and ease of installation of the Heidts front and rear suspension kit for the second-generation Camaro. Out back, we took the same approach. We first laid everything out and stared at it for about 15 minutes before assembly. The kit we got matches the front with 13-inch Wilwood discs, four-piston calipers, and a 9-inch rear with 3.70 gears. We decided to get the control arms, rear, and Panhard bar in bare metal as Route 66 plans on painting all the components to match the exterior of the car (the color of which they have not yet decided on).Out back, we took the same approach. We first laid everything out and stared at it for abo As far as we could see, there was no damage to any of the rear components of the car. The kit utilizes some of the holes already in the frame from the factory as well as some we will have to drill. First and foremost, we took a grinder and got down to bare metal so we knew what we were looking at.As far as we could see, there was no damage to any of the rear components of the car. The We found that the best way to install the brackets to the frame rails was by bolting the first of the brackets in place that utilizes factory bolt holes and drilling from there. One bracket builds on another making the need for measuring practically nonexistent. Once the holes were drilled, we got to bolting everything down.We found that the best way to install the brackets to the frame rails was by bolting the f The kit utilizes the stock spring buckets for the control arms. We assembled the control arm and the bucket as an assembly and bolted the bucket back up into the Camaro. At this point, we had the mounting locations for all four links of the four-link suspension in place.The kit utilizes the stock spring buckets for the control arms. We assembled the control a « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | » | View Full Article By Mike Ficacci Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!