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PostSubject: Question on cutting wagon springs   Tue Dec 13, 2011 3:33 pm

Looking to static drop the fleetwood, obviously on the cheap
Have stock RMW springs, how much should I cut (can I cut)
Crovo I'm looking in your direction.......
I read the whole ISSF thread on the cadirat already, don't wanna cut FWB springs
Anyone have any thoughts?

Have parts to trade if you have springs!
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PostSubject: Re: Question on cutting wagon springs   Tue Dec 13, 2011 3:49 pm

Ironfistdog wrote:
Looking to static drop the fleetwood, obviously on the cheap
Have stock RMW springs, how much should I cut (can I cut)
Crovo I'm looking in your direction.......
I read the whole ISSF thread on the cadirat already, don't wanna cut FWB springs
Anyone have any thoughts?

Have parts to trade if you have springs!
9C1 springs seem to be the best for cutting in the front. They have a thicker coils than the others, so the coil you cut off will still allow the car to have a nice ride, and should drop the car to match a stock impala SS height.
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