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Author Topic:   Rear springs
yakesservice
Member
posted February 08, 2002 09:35 AM
find a 80's chevy citation thats what most of the guys that run stock springs run around here i ran them for 2 years worked realy good


Machinah
Member
posted February 09, 2002 04:43 AM
I don't have any good answers for you, but before you choose a spring, I suggest that you find out what changing the spring on any corner of the car will do. I have a file that charts all of the common problems in chassis setup and most of the solutions. It is small, but I can't post it because it's in table form. Anyone who would like me to send this to you as an attachment please e-mail me at machinah@aol.com


justin
Member
posted February 09, 2002 08:10 AM
Could you send that to me please. Here's my address: colby_010@yahoo.com. Thanks.


dirtracers
Member
posted February 27, 2002 09:19 PM
I ran stock springs on the back of my 76 Monte Carlo and it worked great on a slick track but not on a tacky one bad shoving problem on tacky but the track was allways slick in the feature so it worked out ok


Dunbar
Member
posted March 15, 2002 01:56 PM
Yakeservice, Man I've had the same problem your having with the springs cause noone sells 15" pigtail racing springs. so what I done was took the rear springs out of a 77 monte carlo and used them and I'm still using them. They work great.


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