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Okay, the majority of my other cars were not stock suspenion setups, so I'm looking for info on how you boys are doing it.

My '85 is a street car, but runs really good. Currently has Koni struts & shocks on it, Eibach drag springs front/rear w/airbag. Rear has MegaBite Jr. lower control arms, adjustable upper control arms and also still has rear swaybar.

How are you guys getting these things in the weeds and still making them hook? what parts are you using to get that look and drag performance?

Wes
 

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Hi Wes...

For the front, 2 inch drop spindles (which can be ordered from Racecraft to accept stock brakes and you can use stock a-arms with the coil-overs.
For the rear, Wolfe rear adjustable spring perch kit ($100)
fits in the stock location, just has to be welded in.
that's what my car has and it sits like this in the back...

 

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Thanks, Damon. That thing is low man. It does not rub?
 

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I cut the fender lip out of it and it doesn't rub at all. 15x10 wheel with a 275/60 drag radial
I can't go any lower, the rear end will hit the frame.
 
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