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Username Post: Rear springs question        (Topic#365109)
Scott P 
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Scott P
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05-04-21 05:28 PM - Post#2819278    


Hey guys,

Quick question, we got this 68 Camaro a month ago and it's sitting lower in the back than I want. It has the monoleaf spring on it and I've read some threads here about the multileaf. My question is if I went to the multileaf will that raise it up a little or should I do something else?

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1953 Chevy 210
1977 Ford F100
1968 Chevy Camaro


 


Mel Foye 
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05-04-21 07:32 PM - Post#2819284    
    In response to Scott P

In 1968 all 6 cyl. and small V8 were mono leaf.
SS, Z28 and HP such s 327/275 were multi.
To me it looks more up in the nose. THE FIRST THING is to is take your measurements and compare to stock.
My second asphalt oval track car was a 68 Camaro.



 
Scott P 
"2nd Year" Gold Supporting Member
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Scott P
Age: 52
Loc: Ramona, Ok
Reg: 05-04-20
05-05-21 01:45 PM - Post#2819325    
    In response to Mel Foye

Yeah it's a 327 car... I just want to level it up without getting to crazy. It's the wife's car so it's not getting modified.. I'll take some measurements and take a look at the front end.

1953 Chevy 210
1977 Ford F100
1968 Chevy Camaro


Edited by Scott P on 05-05-21 01:48 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
Solo2fan 
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05-06-21 06:30 PM - Post#2819407    
    In response to Scott P

Your wheel gap looks excessive in the front. You could trim the front a touch.

61 ShortFleet 4.8/4L60
69 Camaro SS 350/700r4
69 Camaro 350/TKO600 5spd


 


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