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Camaro Radius Rod To Body Mounting Bracket, 1967 Part # SS-58
Reproduction Of Original Mount To Floor Pan & Right Frame Rail Heavy Stamped Steel Harware Not Included Learn More
$89.99 ea.
Camaro Rear Axle Radius Rod Mounting Bracket, For Cars With A Square Radius Rod, 1967 Part # SS-153
Heavy reproduction radius rod mounting bracket that welds to rear end axle tube. For use with square traction bar. Learn More
$79.99 ea.
Camaro Radius Rod, Round Bar, With Bushings, 1967 Part # SS-54
Reproduction Of Original Round Design Increases Suspension Stiffness, Reducing Wheel Hop Comes With Bushings On Each End For 1967 Camaro Models In the mid-1967 first generation model year, the radius rod was introduced for Camaro models as a passenger side traction bar to reduce wheel hop. If you ever experienced having a "lead foot," giving your 1967 Camaro heavy initial acceleration, it is possible that you have experience a rear suspension problem known as wheel hop. This is due to insufficient suspension stiffness around the axle centerline and insufficient damping in the spring and vertical shock system. The wheel hop occuring from this problem feels like a quick, shuddering feeling, where your F-Body loses traction until you let off the accelerator. Rick's Camaros is happy to offer a solution to this problem in the form of a round bar radius rod. This radius rod is a single, end-hinged, rigid link between the passenger side of the rear axle and the chassis for 1967 Camaro models, using a rigid steel rod with one end hinged to the axle bracket and the other end attached to a bracket bolted to the body, under the passenger-side rear seat. This round design traction bar is a round steel rod with a bushing at each end. Don't wait to deal with the annoying wheel hop issue in your F-Body and get a smoother ride for all the times you accelerate. You can trust Rick's Camaros for all of your restoration and replacement needs for your 1967 1st gen Chevrolet Camaro! Learn More
$199.99 ea.
Camaro Square Radius Rod Rear End Mounting Bracket, 1967 Part # SS-56
Bracket Accurate US made correct reproduction of now rare part. Learn More
$109.99 ea.
Camaro Square Radius Rod Bumper Assembly, 1967 Part # SS-57
Quality US made correct reproduction hard rubber bumper with imbedded steel mount plate. Use with square radius rod only. Learn More
$77.99 ea.
Camaro Radius Rod, Square Bar, With Bushings, 1967 Part # SS-55
Reproduction Of Original Square Design Increases Suspension Stiffness, Reducing Wheel Hop Comes With Bushings On Each End For 1967 Camaro Models In the mid-1967 first generation model year, the radius rod was introduced for Camaro models as a passenger side traction bar to reduce wheel hop. If you ever experienced having a "lead foot," giving your 1967 Camaro heavy initial acceleration, it is possible that you have experienced a rear suspension problem known as wheel hop. This is due to insufficient suspension stiffness around the axle centerline and insufficient damping in the spring and vertical shock system. The wheel hop occuring from this problem feels like a quick, shuddering feeling, where your F-Body loses traction until you let off the accelerator. Rick's Camaros is happy to offer a solution to this problem in the form of a square bar radius rod. This radius rod is a single, end-hinged, rigid link between the passenger side of the rear axle and the chassis for 1967 Camaro models, using a rigid steel rod with one end hinged to the axle bracket and the other end attached to a bracket bolted to the body, under the passenger-side rear seat. This square design traction bar improved upon the first round design, having a stiffer 1-inch by 1.25-inch rectangular rod, with a modified axle bracket interface, and bushings on both ends. Don't wait to deal with the annoying wheel hop issue in your F-Body and get a smoother ride for all the times you accelerate. You can trust Rick's Camaros for all of your restoration and replacement needs for your 1967 1st gen Chevrolet Camaro! Learn More
$219.99 ea.
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