Shackleton Posted January 27, 2008 Share Posted January 27, 2008 ...or the grass is riz, one or the other. Since I dropped the engine and box in about 10 days ago the slight sag the Rangey had on the drivers side before the conversion, has turned into nearly a 2" difference in the gap between the bump stops and axles N/S to O/S! This is caused by tired springs right? Fine says I, sure I'll pull the springs from the '92 donor, they might be a bit stiffer but they'll hold her up. Yeah except the '92 has anti roll bars which I'm guessing impede axle travel and so the springs are probably 2" shorter then my '73 ones. I'm going by eye I begrudgingly have to buy new springs. Is there a way of identifying for sure that my unreliable vendor gives me the right springs. He'll swear blind they're the ones but if I get back to the car and waste a morning figuring out they're wrong I promise I'll kill. I'LL KILLLLLL! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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