Bret Voelkel with RideTech Visits In The Garage w Bodie Stroud

Owner Bret Voelkel of RideTech teams up with Bodie Stroud and his NEW front end suspensions packages that are coming out this year 2013. BS Industries will be using RideTech's high quality shockwaves, coilovers and sway bars to give the best ride quality for his suspension kits. During Bret's visit to the shop he gives us his feedback about our air ride installation on the 1970 Chevelle we have in the garage and gives us some details to the products RideTech carries. If you would like an Air Ride or Coilover system for your pre-70's vehicle, give us a call! 818-768-7600 www.bshotrods.com

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