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Leaf springs for 38 f0rd fordor

Hello Iam putting a granada 8" rear end in my 38 fordor and want to know what a good length spring eye to eye and also what arc would be best .
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I have used the Chassis Engineering Kits before. They have everything needed but the rear end ( NEW ) for less than $500.

Or they sell the correct springs for around $200. I have been told that they are some Dodge spring ..but I do not know which ones.
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Over here the most popular set up was to use VE/VF Valiant springs so a 68/69 Dart being the same, I'd look at them.
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