Join Date: May 2003
Location: Houston TX - I drive mine.
People get all concerned about this but my experience has show that spring rates are a crapshoot. You could buy two "identical" sets of springs and I'll bet they don't ride at the same height. Same for coil springs. IMO the only way to get a car level is to install all the springs, drive it for a while and then cut a front coil or use a lowering block on one side in the rear.
1967 Shelby GT350, dark green, 347 stroker, 5-speed, inboards, #2206
1973 Mustang Convertible, white/white, black stripes, Q-code (351C-4V), ram air.
1968 1/2 428 CJ convertible, R-code, red/deluxe red, auto, finally finished.
"If you find the car of your dreams, ignore the price guides and pay whatever you have to in order to get it."