I live outside Springfield MO and had the front springs redone for less
than $150 which included a new main spring on both sides, and the rear
for a little less. When they re-arched the rears, I also had them put
the new bushings in the spring eyes -- this saved me lot of sweat.
You can also buy springs from JC Whitney for about $140-160 a pair.
> Another newbie here. This is a great feature. My question, I have a 53
> 3100, the front springs have very little arc to them, if any. The rear have
> some. The rear also has an additional set. I assume these are an auxiliary
> set. Was that a standard feature? Is it worth while to have springs
> re-arced? The price, I have been quoted, is just under 200 dollars. Thanks.
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959