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01-04-2002 05:41 PM
CT350 Get yourself a catalog from CHASSIS ENGINEERING,TOTAL PERFORMANCE,S&W RACE CARS or one of the other chassis parts suppliers.
"A picture is worth a thousand words" (someone famous said that I think) There are many pictures of brackets that you could use, alter, or duplicate and usually views of installations that may be similar to your application.
Be careful of spring rate and make sure you have clearance for a locating device (trackbar, wishbone, or stabilizer bar) as the suspension travels through it full range.
01-01-2002 06:22 PM
coilover shocks

I have an old Scout II that I am trying to convert to coilover shocks and get rid of the leaf springs.
Please email me with any advice on how to do so.

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