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Old 03-02-2009, 03:05 PM
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64-67 coil springs

Does anybody know where I can buy stock replacement big block front coil springs for my 67 chevelle? I know moog make some good ones, but I cannot find an outlet to purchase any.

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have you tried ground up.here they have some.http://www.ss396.com/mm5/merchant.mv...de=COILSPRINGS .cole
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How about your local parts store! I mean a REAL parts store, not one of the "McParts" stores like Peppy Bros.

NAPA had them the last time I checked.

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Put the Heavyduty BB springs in my 66
(car is powered with a 307)

WAAAAY too high in the front----gonna get them back out and use the originals
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Auto Zone has them... any size any weight load. First figure out what you have and then cross reference their book to find stronger, higher, lower, whatever you want and then they will order them. Two days later you will have new springs. One year or lifetime sets available. Rear springs run about $60 a set and front run about $80 a set. I use them all the time to dial in my ride heights and loads. If the first set isn't what you want they will trade them out for another with no problem.
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