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Old 01-18-2006, 02:48 PM
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lifting my chevy

Hi I want to raise my 87 chevy caprice an inch or two above the wheels. Can I do this with coils alone? whats a cheap efficient way to do this.

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Hey Matt,
I inquired about this for my 73 caprice and I ended up at eaton springs web site
You should check it out . I know they offer up to 2" max lift with coils and I believe they were $160 /pr . I would stay away from coil spacers myself .
Brian
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