|If there's one thing to be said about American lifestyle,
it's the fact that we're always looking for the bigger better deal. It doesn't
matter if its about our jobs, shopping, saving seven bucks on a Christmas
tree, or fixing up what is quite often our pride and joy; the '66 Nova in
the driveway. Lets face it, for most of us money doesn't exactly grow on
trees, and nothing is worse
than the feeling you get when you know you've just been had. If you're looking
to install an IFS subframe on your '62-67 Nova that ensures quality and
competitive pricing, check out what Total Cost Involved has to offer.
When looking for anything there's always those key points we keep in mind.
First off, we're always thinking how much is it going to cost.
|Second, is it any good? And finally, is it worth it? The new
'62-67 Nova independent front suspension subframe kit from Total Cost Involved
gets two thumbs up all around. Just listen to the name of the company, that
should tell you all you need to know! Besides, we here at NOVA wouldn't
steer you wrong.
Total Cost Involved's new kit allows Nova enthusiasts to do so much more
with their rides. By relocating the springs down low, and bringing the frame
rails closer together, the cars handle like they're on rails.
|TCI's narrowed frame rail design easily accommodates room
to drop in a big-block. Not only that, but with the several inches saved,
tires as big as 17x7s can be ran up front with plenty of clearance. The
kit comes with more alterations than Pamela Anderson. The standard se~up
comes with tubular control arms, but such options as polished stainless,
powder coated, and even airbag control arms are available. The standard
GM brake kit can be upgraded to 12-inch drilled rotors with polished four-piston
calipers, and if that isn't good enough you can go even bigger with 13-inch
drilled rotors with polished six-piston calipers. We're so impressed with
the product we've decided to install a kit on a '66 Nova to help demonstrate
just how easy, efficient, and totally sweet this kit is.|