Re: [DML] Re: Spring rate (bad shocks)
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Re: [DML] Re: Spring rate (bad shocks)

You can take a chance for a lot less than that if you buy your stock
springs used from somebody who lowered his car. :)

For what it's worth, my experience runs thus: with the stock springs
in the front and Hervey's "Easy Rider" shocks I have no problems.
(Hervey's shocks are supposedly adjustable, but I didn't adjust them.)
No one but D connoisseurs seem to think that my car is "nose high,"
and I rarely put anything in the trunk/boot, so my car's front end is
as high as it's going to get.

Farrar Hudkins

On Fri, Jul 10, 2009 at 1:10 PM, cruznmd<racuti1@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Call me a blasphemer, but I'm simply not interested in changing the ride
> height with aftermarket suspension equipment. I will either take a $150
> chance and replace my springs with NOS springs or talk to Marty or one of
> the other vendors and replace the shocks with something adjustable that is
> compatible with the stock springs.


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