Designed for 1960-1987 GM C10 trucks, the Roadster Shop’s SPEC series C10 chassis series employs “airbag suspension” that gives owners a lot of flexibility with the ride height of their trucks. When the suspension is fully extended, there’s four inches of ground clearance. Fully compressed, the rockers and frame will be kissing the pavement.
Not only does this package give you a ridiculously low ride height, but it gives the truck a newfound structural rigidity. Unlike the 30-50 year old stock frame, the C10 chassis claims to have no kinks, bends or stressed areas that may be prone to flex or break. With a slightly larger wheelbase, this chassis is designed to be durable through wet and spirited driving conditions. Sounds like the perfect frame for a Chevrolet C10 race truck, if you ask us.
Towards the rear of the frame, there is a laser-cut four-bar rear suspension with a heavy-duty lower arm.
The frame rails are also designed to handle wheels up to 12 inches wide.
The best thing however is how easily one of these babies can be slapped onto your truck with little to no modifications. With the ability to contour to stock floors, the C10 chassis requires no floor modifications on most trucks. The rear frame rail kick up is also designed to minimize bed modifications to allow the truck to lay rockers on the ground. Lastly, there are CNC located factory mounts built into the frame to allow quicker instillations.
Altogether, this package will run $9,895. Check out the video for more.