1960-72 Chevy C10, C20 Truck Billet Aluminum Coil Spring Retainer Kit

When replacing your rear coil springs it's a very good idea to check your coil spring retainers while you're at it. Performance Online's new exclusive Hi-Performance Billet Aluminum Retainers are now available. Not only are they stronger than the originals, they offer a unique high-tech look for the classic truck enthusiast who appreciates attention to details too. Often the old originals are worn out, rusted, or bent. Replacing the old units with new ones assures you that the coil spring will not move around after installed. These new billet aluminum spring retainers are designed to fit all different spring wire diameters available. They're sold in sets of four with attaching hex socket cap screw hardware for a nice professional look. For more info on these retainers as well as the rest of the company's full line of classic pickup parts and accessories contact Performance Online Inc. (POL) at 800-638-1703, or check out www.performanceonline.com.

1957-66 Ford Truck Power Brake Assemblies

Finally, a bolt-on power brake kit for 1957-1960 and 1961-1966 Ford trucks. These units come with complete detailed instructions including photos of them being installed. This modern master cylinder and booster setup separates the front brakes from the rear brakes, giving a much safer operation. The power brake units can be purchased alone, as seen here, or you can order everything you may need. Brake lines, line retainers, brake light switches, proportioning valves, residual valves, and all other appropriate fittings are also available. The master cylinder and booster assemblies are available in both plain or chrome-plated versions. The guy's at Bob's F-100 parts have already installed a number of these units with great success and are ready to help you with your project in every way. Call Bob'S F-100 Parts at 951-681-1956 or visit www.bobsf100.com.

Trans Dapt Makes Your Rearend Look Good

There is no better way to finish off the look of a well-built classic pickup than by replacing the old, beat-up, or rusted differential cover. Whether you're building your vehicle for show, street, track, or off-road, a new Trans Dapt powdercoated aluminum differential covers with polished accents will give you the unique, eye-catching appearance you are looking for. Helping to set Trans Dapt's differential covers apart from the competition is their satin-black powdercoated finish. Paint can fade, crack, peel, or flake off, especially when subjected to road debris and the heat generated by the differential gears. Powdercoating is stronger, lasts longer, and retains its luster much better over time. They are also easier to maintain than a chromed or polished piece as the powdercoating doesn't require any special polishing or cleaning to maintain its looks. Adding another dimension to the design, the ribs on the cover have been polished to create a unique two-tone look that stands out without being overly showy. Trans Dapt's differential covers are available for many of the most popular axles and vehicle applications including the Dana 25, 27, 30, 44, 60, and 80 as well as Dodge, Ford, and GM cars, trucks, and SUVs. These covers also come complete with a matching gasket and mounting hardware, making installation a breeze. For more information on Trans Dapt's powdercoated differential covers call 562-921-0404, or check out www.tdperformance.com.

Classic Industries Releases All-New GM Truck Catalog

Discriminating classic truck enthusiasts and restorers have been relying on Classic Industries and their Chevrolet/GMC Truck catalogs years. Classic has recently updated their catalog with over 600 pages that cover parts and accessories for 1947-2008 Chevrolet and GMC trucks. “We have added dozens of new exploded picture diagrams for body components and sheetmetal parts that provide enthusiasts with a reference for how these components relate to each other on the truck,” said Ray Yager, Classic Industries merchandising director. “And with over 60 years of vehicle coverage, our catalog offers the most comprehensive product selection in the industry.” The new Chevrolet and GMC truck catalog has been extensively reconfigured. The new layout organizes body components by vehicle generation with related parts grouped together conveniently to make finding products a very simple process. Request a free catalog online at www.classicindustries.com/truck/catalog.html or call 855-357-2787 to have 'em send you a catalog by mail. A complete selection of Classic Industries parts and accessories can be found at www.classicindustries.com and their catalogs can also be downloaded directly from the website.