Install the '82 Vette air shocks (p/n: ma785)
so you can set the ride height, ride firmness
and even correct the proverbial 'lean' all with
a just a little air pressure.
After all the spring is still springy is just bent or
now or sagging. It only takes as little more than
425lbs (the max payload of the Spit) to bent the
spring. Yes.... three full size adults in a Spit
and you've just bent your rear suspension).
btdt multiple times)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Larry Vaughan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2005 5:14 PM
Subject: rear spring
> Will grinding or sandblasting the rear springs make them dangerously
> unreliable? The set I thought were in good shape are rusty and pitted
> the rubber pads set on each leaf. Some leafs have the imprint of the next
> worn into them.
> If I buy a new spring, I don't know whether to get the heavy duty swing
> from British Toolbox or a fixed spring and a camber compensator.