Based out of Carson, California, Aldan American is in their 35th year of business as an enthusiast owned and operated suspension company. Thanks to their passion for cars, and keen connection with the people in the car community, they know what the car builder wants, and continue to expand their catalog to reflect this. We caught up with them at the 2017 SEMA show to see what they have new for this year, and we quickly found out that they are working hard to offer more products to serve more applications than ever before.
Garrett Harmola of Aldan America Suspension walks us through all of the exciting new parts being added to their catalog. The biggest addition that will interest our readers is definitely the new fully-adjustable coilover kits, available in part numbers for GM A-Body, F-body, G-body, and Corvette applications.
Completely made in America, the brackets used on these kits are all laser cut, and tig welded for the ultimate in high-quality durability. The springs themselves are high-tensile, high-travel, and then they are combined with the Aldan American adjustable shocks.
On the ends are polyurethane shock bushings, and the shocks are made with bore steel sleeves. These coilover kits help to maximize performance by improving handling at the track, and on the street, with total control over adjustability. Each kit offers up to 3” of adjustability in the rear, and 2” up front, and has been street and competition tested to make sure you’re going to love the ride on and off the track.
Another high-demand addition Aldan American is rolling out adjustable shock options for the Chevy C10 trucks. These rebound shocks offer the same great features as the shocks the coilover kits, with added durability to handle the weight and ruggedness of a truck. These will work great with whatever lowering package you’re currently running.
Check out their new products, as well as their complete catalog for the many other parts offered for almost every popular muscle car application.
Shawn Henry is a Texas native who has spent the majority of his career building and selling F-Bodies and Corvettes. Now studying journalism, he is taking a new direction with his love of performance vehicles.