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11-12-2002 09:07 PM with the buggy rear set up the only way you can get the rear down is to move the spring up, this is why they used to z the frame on these old cars. this will get you down where you want to b. the way you are now with all the weight on it you may get 3-4 inches max of lower ride height with reversed eye springs and shackles that just clear the axle.
11-12-2002 06:53 PM
31 ford rear buggy spring

31 ford stock frame and rear crossmember.Pete and Jakes 4bar. Posies buggy spring. 8" ford rearend. Spring perches @46". Car seems to sit 4-5" to high. Granted not all the weight is in the car yet. Shocks are @ full extension. Will it settle down with all the weight on? Want the wheels tucked into the fenders.

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