Re: [DML] Grady Front Lowering Springs
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Re: [DML] Grady Front Lowering Springs



More coils means a lower spring rate, so they will compress more,
assuming the same wire thickness and material.

--
Mike


-------------- Original message from "sweetp01569" <paul.sweet@xxxxxxxxxxxx>: -------------- 


> I have a quick question. I also left a message for Rob Grady. I 
> purchased the lowering front coil springs from Rob, which are to be 
> installed on Monday. When looking at the new springs, there are about 
> 12 coil turns on the spring. The original on the car look much shorter 
> (granted they are compressed right now), and only appear to have about 
> 6 to 8 coil turns. Are the new lowering springs supposed to have that 
> many coils on it? If so, they must really compress to lower the car 1- 
> 1/2 in. lower than it is now. 
> 
> Thanks for any advice, 
> 
> Paul 
> vin 10944 

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