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the rear on nova's.:confused: i think they look better that way....:yes:
 

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lowering blocks,

custom springs from somewhere like eaton spring

take current springs to a shop and have dearched?

thats all I can think of right now.


what does it currently look like stance wise? pics??
 

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lowering blocks,

custom springs from somewhere like eaton spring

take current springs to a shop and have dearched?

thats all I can think of right now.


what does it currently look like stance wise? pics??


just got this 2 day.......it has a 13.8 cr..roller camed 454 ,,3.73 rear end.:D

 

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I lowered mine using the stock springs up front and 2" drop spindles. The tires rubbed a lot when I first got it back together, and I've moved to 205/60R15s for the front, and that helped. I also removed a couple fender bolts and got busy with a 5lb sledge hammer. Still rubs, but not as bad. I think if I replace the stock springs, it wont rub anymore. Rear is not lowered, just OLD. Also, I have a lot of tools in the trunk, so that helps.

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I have air shocks on the rear of mine. I don't even know if they still make them, but you can pump up the rear shocks like a bicycle tire and lower by letting the air out.
 
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