Precision Street Rods & Machines

Building Quality Cars Since 1982

Precision Street Rods & Machines 

"Installing a TCI Econo I.F.S. kit into a 1956 Chevy P/U"   

Chances are if you’ve been driving a vintage truck for a while, you might have considered updating to an Independent Front Suspension ( I.F.S.) for its advantages. By this, I’m talking about better ride characteristics (helical coil springs verses parallel leaf springs), better steering (rack and pinion verses a standard re-circulating ball steering box), better brakes (disc verses drums), the addition of an anti-sway bar and the list goes on.

Follow along as we show you how we install Total Cost Involved Engineering's (TCI) Econo I.F.S. into a 1955-59 Chevrolet truck.

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