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I've mounted an rear axle under the frame of my '37 Chevy sedan using a four-bar system. I know need to order a set of coilovers. Does any one know wich type (pressure) I need to take so I have comfortable ride?

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You will need to know the weight of each axle in order to get close on the spring rate and shock valving..i like the ones that have adjustable shock valving and the springs are easy to change and not all that spendy should you be off and need to adjust..

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It's 1500 pounds on the front and 1435 on the rear axle.
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We have a real nice spring calculator >> Spring Rate Calculator Ridetech – Tech
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