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post #1 of 2 Old 05-14-2003, 11:25 PM Thread Starter
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Will I have to cut my rear springs?

I'm in the process of swapping Megabite Jr lowers and boxed, stock uppers for D&D adjustable lowers and double adjustable uppers. I will be using the same rear springs, from a '90 GT, that I had before. I liked the way the car sat...



...but the MB Jr's were relocated.

Will I have to cut the springs to get the same ride hieght?

BTW, the front is now about 3/4" lower.


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Well I cut one coil out and it sits about the same as before. I think I'll cut another 1/2 coil to drop it a bit more.


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