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    Pro-Touring F-Body GT front springs (LS/Small Block Specific)

    Pair of PTFB GT springs. Never installed.

    I had this set up for an iron engine LS but it'll work for SBC as well. Should be about a 2" lowering spring.

    Only reason for selling is that I got the original engine from my car back and I'm going to switch the car back to that setup. I'm switching to a heavier spring from PTFB.

    These go for $169............I'll $120 shipped

    http://pro-touringf-body.com/Suspension_kits.html



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    Hey, so will these work on SB350 With AC and will the ride still be 2" lower without spring cut?

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    I don’t know where your car sits right now. There are too many factors for variations for me to give you a guarantee. With AC you should be getting as low as possible with your given engine combination. Aluminum heads can make your car sit higher. Low-friction control arm bushings will allow your car to sit as low as possible. PTFB also sells adjustable body mounts can lower your car 1/2” without even changing the spring. Another way to lower your car 1/2” without changing springs is using 1/2” extended ball joints. Spring spacers can raise your car. Many manipulations can be made.

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    What the rate?
    Red Forman: "The Mustang's front end is problematic; get yourself a Firebird."

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    Quote Originally Posted by 68Formula View Post
    What the rate?
    Should be 500-600lb range. Most of the sponsors on this forum fall on that range for LS/SBC lowering springs. This is not listed on their website.

    I know with small block, for example, DSE lists 550lb and Hotchkis lists at 600lb. These should be right about there.

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    I ran these springs in my car with my LS swap and this is what mine looked like uncut.



    New Project: 1968 Camaro LS6, T56, Z51 brakes, 12 bolt

    1976 T/A LS1, 6 Speed, C5 front brakes, and etc. SOLD

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    Thanks for sharing ryeguy! Looks good. Always going to miss seeing the ‘76 on the forums. Maybe one day you’ll have another chance at buying it back.

    Still available.

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