[DML] cut spring pics posted, have questions
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[DML] cut spring pics posted, have questions

Hey all-
I finally removed ye old cut springs from my car.

These springs are original (to the best of my
knowledge and the first owner).  The FO told me that
Crest Chevrolet, the dealer he ordered/bought from,
lowered every car before delivery. Presumably, using
the cut and swap method. Certainly, two of them were
cut, and I'm pretty use the rear was lower than stock.

Anyway, I finally got the last piece in (gave up to
save my fingers and paid nearby DMCH to do the front
springs). I should have compared them to originals
while I was there but didn't think about that.

the springs pulled from the rear have red paint
splashed across them and the front have yellow. Does
this coincide with factory markings-- or are these
Crest Chevy markings? Can someone look at the pictures
and tell me definitively anything about them?

Also-- anyone interested in buying them? It would be
an affordable way to lower a car if you are not as
concerned about performance driving and want to save
you original height springs for reversal. Or just
experiment to see if you like it lowered. They worked
well enough for me, though the front are even a little
lower than the Eibach springs are now (they may settle
in to be about the same, though I expect a little


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