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04-05-2006 12:31 PM
mitch 36 thanks centerline. thats kinda what i figured but i thought id ask the majority.
04-05-2006 09:55 AM
Centerline You need Mustang II 4 cyl (without air conditioning) springs for that application. Something with around a 310-320 spring rate. Go to Eaton Springs and check their recommendations.
04-04-2006 10:12 PM
mitch 36
front springs

anybody got any input on what springs i should use for must.II suspension under my 36 chev pick up ? im running a 250 six with a turbo 350. i had pinto v-6 springs with a half coil cut when the 350 was in it .it rode okay but a little stiff.the six is in the stock location.its a fat man crossmember with heidts tubular arms.also if anyones interested, i welded a second 2 inch box crossmember behind the fat man cross to help take the thrust load of the lower arms.it looks to be a better idea than those goofy little gussets. thanks for your input.

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