No, they are used for coil suspensions, too.redcobra03 said:Those are generally used for leaf spring suspension, and "slapper bars" suck when you start getting into the larger HP numbers
You can never go wrong with hotchkis, your traction is as only as good as the parts you got on the car
I'd go with Steeda's aluminim lower control arms before I went to hotchkis, but that's just me.
The hotchkis components are probably more durable, but weight is an issue for 6ers.
Both Steeda and Hotchkis assume quad shocks are on the car for some control. The 6ers don't have the quads, which means you really should go to traction bars . ..