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From another thread on an entirely different topic (stopping the rear end from squatting when launching the car):
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There is a guy one here(Mudder)that used cut S-10 springs.I also know of another guy who used a set of F-150 cut springs,,to stiffen up the rears...

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Sorry to activate this old one but the article above doesn't mention how much they cut. Anyone got the measurements? Is one better than the other (ford or chev)? I'm havin the same prob and would love to solve it.


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I have springs from a metro 4dr sedan that is taller and stiffer.

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Sorry to activate this old one but the article above doesn't mention how much they cut. Anyone got the measurements? Is one better than the other (ford or chev)? I'm havin the same prob and would love to solve it.


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