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08-31-2002 08:34 PM
wigunner im not shure about a 3in drop with leaf springs but i got a 2in drop in a 67 mustang with reverse eyelits on the ends guess you could use then and lowering blocks both but im not shure about how much drop you would end up with
08-31-2002 11:05 AM
Johnny Bravo
lowering rear suspension

I have a '69 camaro, roller chassis and I'm slowly working on the body. It has a single leaf suspension with a 10 bolt. I would like to eventually lower the rear end 3" and the front end 2" with dropped question is how do I lower the rear? I also want this car to corner and hookup as well. Would the single leaf be good enough for 350-400 hp?

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