[DML] Spring rate
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[DML] Spring rate



About 2 years ago, I installed Marty Maier's shock set, replaced all of my control arm bushings and boxed in my control arms.

The only thing I'm unhappy with is that the springs seem soft and worn. They allow the car to bottom out too easily, bouncing the radiator off the ground.

I am not interested in changing the ride height of the car, or investing in the Eibach springs unless absolutely necessary. Would a pair of NOS springs that haven't had the weight of the car on them for 28 years provide the renewed stiffness that I'm looking for or would they also be soft?

TIA.

Rich
#5335



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