64-72 GM A BODY 3″ TO 10″ CAR LIFT KIT FOR CUTLASS, MALIBU, REGAL & MORE

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    3″ to 10″ complete suspension kit for 1964-1972 Cutlass, Monte Carlo, Chevelle, GTO, Grand Am, Century, LeMans, Regal, Malibu, Skylark, Tempest, El Camino and Gransport, Gs, Special, Sport, Nomad, SS, 442, F85, Vista Cruiser, Grand Prix, Ventura, Sprint, and Beaumont. This kit installs under your factory coil springs to lift your Car 3 to 10 inches! Clear 22 inch up to 28 inch rims and tires with this kit (measure to be sure).

     

    Complete package to do the job right the first time

    Comes with lift cups, front and rear control arms, extended lift shocks, installation manual and full install DVD. This kit includes adjustable control arms for the front of the car to eliminate the negative camber (where the wheel tilts inwards towards the top) that is caused when lifting a car. Also included are the rear adjustable trailing arms to keep the wheel centered in the wheel well and drive shaft angle correct. The adjustable arms will keep your tires from wearing excessively on the inside and will keep your alignment on straight.

     

    High quality parts have a powder coated finish standard

    UCL parts are built out of rugged over-sized steel of the highest quality and craftsmanship. Parts have a durable black powder coat finish and lifetime warranty. 10″ Kit also includes universal body lift kit. Remember to add the bushings and ball joints! Most shops and customers agree that the installation time and stress levels are greatly reduced when you have us INSTALL the Bushings and ball joints. Simply select the option that says “Installed In Kit”.

     

    What size lift kit do I need? How is it installed?

    What size lift you need is dependent on a lot of factors. Rim diameter, tire size and offset play a big role. Do you want the rims tucked? Or do you want to “ride over the fender” look? Most installers use a 7″ to 10″ kit with low profile tires for best results. Looking for help installing your kit? Check out this article Rides Magazine did on how to install a car lift kit. The article shows step by step the entire process and gets you riding smooth as quickly as possible.

     

    ABOUT OUR OPTIONS:

    • “Not Included” = You will need to get your own Bushings and Ball joints from a part store.
    • “Included In Kit” = The Kit will come with the Bushings and Ball joints (no cross shafts). You will need to install the bushings and balljoints.
    • “Installed In Kit” = The kit will come with the cross shafts and all the bushings and balljoints INSTALLED!! Customers agree this is the best option.