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Old 07-10-2002, 05:13 PM
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I need to get a set of coilovers for my pro street 32 5 window.Does anyone have an idea on what weight to get?

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I like Aldan All-Americans personally.

For a '32 Coupe, I like 300lb springs, with the shocks at around a 25deg angle. If it is a highboy, you can try 250's. Really depends on how the car is setup though.
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Thank you,Were would be the best place to buy the aldan coilovers you mentioned?
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You should be able to purchase them through any quality shop who is an Aldan retailer.

I just did a quick Google search, Zigs popped up first, <a href="http://www.zigsstreetrods.com/suspens/rearsusp.htm#AldanCoilOvers" target="_blank">http://www.zigsstreetrods.com/suspens/rearsusp.htm#AldanCoilOvers</a>

The construction of the Aldan's are just better in my opinion. Tried them all. Aldan's are machined aluminum...not a stamped steel housing, they are fully rebuildable, etc. Many nice touches.

Here, they can tell you about themselves...haha
<a href="http://www.aldanshocks.com/aldanfeatures.html" target="_blank">http://www.aldanshocks.com/aldanfeatures.html</a>

Have fun!
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