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Username Post: Rear spring isolation        (Topic#352396)
ssmith9867 
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08-08-18 01:32 PM - Post#2742362    

59 Impala coupe. I ordered a set of rear springs and paid a shop to install them during a recent road trip. The new set pops and creaks making a hell of a bad noise. I looked under the car yesterday and there’s no isolator between the spring top and the body of the car. Shouldn’t there be something there? I called the sponsors on this site and nobody shows a part number for the rear. Anyone with personal experience with this would be appreciated. Stephen

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59 Impala Sport Coupe
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Edited by ssmith9867 on 08-08-18 01:38 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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08-09-18 03:12 AM - Post#2742438    
    In response to ssmith9867

No isolators but the ends of the springs (top and bottom) are supposed to be indexed (rotated) so they rest in the perch recesses.



 
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