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07-18-2005 11:35 PM
Spring rates

If you have an Ewag as to the axle weights then a good vendor can make an educated guess as to the spring rate..Call the guys at QA1, Proshocks or Strange engineering and they can tell you or at least a pretty good guesstimate..

07-18-2005 11:11 PM
springs load

they will not even reply to my email so no info
07-18-2005 07:44 PM

As a Moderator here.......I would like to WELCOME YOU .... here

Progressive Automotive in OHIO has a kit to do I would guess they would know what rate springs would work best in a Ford street rod...That's where I would ask.......

07-18-2005 07:16 PM
ford 1935 2dr sedan

I put a 1987 corvette front and rear under my 35 ford but left the spring off i want to put coil over shocks on it. i know i will have to make bracket for it . i have made everything eles to mount the front end under it . so what pound springs should i used on the front and rear ?/

Thanks for the help


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