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Hey there guys. Ive been thinking of ways to drop my car (53 chev) a bit without destroying the ride quality. I have the suspension all apart and plan on rebuilding it stock. I know i can buy dropped uprights and steering arms, but i was wondering, ive been looking at these dropped springs, along with a disc brake conversion kit, from Jamco. They come in 1, 2, and 3" drops. my car is going to be a daily driver, so im thinking 2 inches. anyway, i was wondering if these dropped spings would cause bumpsteer or not. They are made to be drop your car, while maintaining the ride, so would they be stiffer or have a smaller comression? should i get dropped steering arms just to be safe? has anybody dealt with Jamco? Thanks for any and all help,
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You're making this much harder then it really is... Put in the dropped springs along with all of your new suspension pieces and then get it aligned at a competent shop. You should have no problems with bump steer because you are not changing the geometry.
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Thanks for the advice. I'll do it just like you suggested! Thanks again,
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