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1988 Monte Carlo SS - Suspension and Disc Brake Recommendations?

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Old 10-20-2017, 08:27 AM
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Default 1988 Monte Carlo SS - Suspension and Disc Brake Recommendations?

Hello. I have a stock 88 Monte Carlo SS. Looking for suggestions on some basic suspension upgrades? Also, any suggestions on an all wheel disc brake kit?

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Josh
 
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Old 10-22-2017, 05:24 PM
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Coilover shocks by qa1,upgrade upper and lower control arms ,for brakes wildwood or powerstop.
 
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Hi Josh,
I have a 1987 El Camino SS with a Monte SS rear axle so all the parts are the same as a Monte. for the rear end I got boxed upper and lower control arms from Edelbrock (not sure if they are still in production). I got a set of Bilstein shocks and new Moog springs in the back, that's about all that I did. For the front I got tubular upper control arms from Speedway Racing, a lot cheaper than most others on the market. I also got spindles and disk brakes from a 2000 or so S-10 Extreme, they are a direct bolt on to the stock ball joints. To finish the front I used Moog springs from an S-10 and the Bilstein shocks. I also got one of the 1980's Trans am steering boxes to get a quicker ratio for the steering. That's my old school suspension mods, low buck and rides great.
Dave
 

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