An extremely popular truck, the 1948-1953 Chevy/GMC has always been a top seller of our weld-in IFS systems. Fortunately, the Chevy/GMC's frame has lead to an easy transition for a bolt-in IFS.
Unlike a few other bolt-in units, the Chevy/GMC's does not have any pre-existing bolt holes to line up the Scott’s crossmembers. Because of that, holes will need to be drilled in to your existing frame as well as rack notches may or may not be needed based on ride height.
This is our traditional unit designed just as we have been doing for over 20 years. Tested and proven both on the track and on the street, this front end design allows the use of any traditional 11" Granada brake rotors, on up to 14” Wilwood brakes.
Like all Scott’s IFS systems, each unit will be built to spec, individually for each customer using 100% USA made materials, engineering and craftsmanship. This allows us to “fine-tune” the suspension. For those looking to have a tight handling coil over suspension we can set it up to be fully tunable and adjustable to get that track handling on the weekends, and comfortable ride for everyday use. If laying low is your style, we can set you up to run up to a 31” tall tire and still lay frame, while maintain superior driveability over our competitors. A Scott’s Superslam IFS gets nearly 11” of total travel! There is no other 100% bolt in suspension or dropped crossmember for these trucks. Scott’s is the only true bolt in that will leave get you installed and driving in a weekend.