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new stance

Finally got around to swapping springs
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looks sweet

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Looks super...nice job...that stance looks perfect for that car
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Great stance! (What springs did you use to get it?)
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Looks good, I like a little lift in the rear looks like you got it just right.
I added 1" to my rear springs.
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Looks good, I like a little lift in the rear looks like you got it just right.
I added 1" to my rear springs.
Gives it a nice rake, perfect photo addition for that sale ad you got going

Did you use an aluminum or poly/rubber coil spacer?

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Gives it a nice rake, perfect photo addition for that sale ad you got going

Did you use an aluminum or poly/rubber coil spacer?
I used aluminum, I ordered 1 1/2 but it was too much so I sent them back and ordered the 1".
When I did the suspension I put new stock springs on it that fixed the lean but the rear was just a little too low.

No offers on the car so I guess I will have to build a custom trailer for it.
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1968gto, I used bmr 2 inch drop kit. Just wanted to see if I liked it. Next week putting the lower and user control arms on
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Upper, used lol love auto correct
Autocorrect sucks it insists on correcting translite into translate like this site just did.
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