How To: rear springs

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by ff_drift_lol, Jan 28, 2010.

  1. ls1fbody

    ls1fbody Full Access Member

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    Unfortunately this axle was the reason i had to abandon my coilovers, At full ride height in the rear i was still tucking a quarter inch of tire.
     
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    and...the problem with that is?
     
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    Jeez lol whered the mount point get moved to? And how come the original mount point wasnt preserved?
     
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    The springs were binding and with the 19's there was no clearance. I'll probably go back to coilovers in the future for show applications. I didn't mind it being low, but i wanted the ability to go higher if i needed, and i couldn't.

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    it wasn't removed, just modified. I couldn't tell you to be honest, i looked at both axles sitting next to each other, and they look damn near the same. I would have to get out a measuring tape and start crawling all over that to figure it out haha
     

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