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Old 01-15-2010, 03:34 PM
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Heidts Suspension for 68-71 Torino

Heidts recently came out with a triangular 4 link rear and coilover/rack&pinion/disc front suspension for the 66/67 Fairlane.... www.heidts.com Looks really nice.

I've been looking for a good 4 link street rear end. They do not currently have any products for the my 69 but I called them up and discussed if a 67 kit would fit. Short answer, dont know, they didnt have a 69 Torino in the shop to measure.

Heidts said they have gotten a few calls about building a torino kit, and said if people showed interest then they might look into building it.

Would anyone be interested in a 68-71 Torino Heidts suspension kits?

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we are currently working to verify dimensions on the Torino before we release that our Fairlane suspension will work for them as soon as i know i will post it that it is ready

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Just bought a 68 Torino GT any word in the suspension???
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