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Old 08-11-2009, 08:19 PM   #1
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lowering leaf springs

im lookin for lowering leaf springs for my 1966 dodge monaco somewhere cheap and if at all possible in ontario canada
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Old 08-11-2009, 10:27 PM   #2
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im lookin for lowering leaf springs for my 1966 dodge monaco somewhere cheap and if at all possible in ontario canada
I not sure if that idea is really practicle or even safe. The original springs were designed to be more or less flat (uncurved). this helps with the stability of the car during cornering. I think that using lowering blocks would be a better idea, (and cheap too). You may be able to relocate the front spring mounts somewhat to lower the car. Just my two cents worth.
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i wouldnt mess with the leafs for the reasons theomahamoparguy mentioned
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k thanks so look at lowering blocks or moving the spring a lowrided guy said cut the spring even a little wont ruin ride
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