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Old 12-06-2012, 07:16 AM
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re-arch my springs

I want to re-arch the rear lraf springs on a '55 T-Bird. How can I determin how much arch ? I need to get a mesurement from eye to eye on a good spring so I can use that as a guide. .......thanks

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Is there a spring shop somewhere near?? Just tell them how much arch you need and they can do that..One of those deals where it is best to just pay the guy with the right tools IMHO..

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