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Dropped Spindles

Problems with your Suspension, Chassis, or Brakes? Problems fitting your quarterl panel? Suspension problems? Fiberglass hood fitting problems? Steering problems? Here is where you'll find the answer.

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Posted: Sat Apr 09, 2011 5:30 am
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I have a 69 Camaro that I just finished a complete restoration on it and I have a question on lowered suspension. My car was lowered before I got it so I've gotten used to it and besides, it looks cool. After installing Global West A-Arms, I finally took it in for a front end alignment and I was told they got it as close as they could, and I shouldn't have any problems with tire wear or tracking. Being that the car was lowered by cutting the coil springs (before I got it), I asked if that was why it was hard to align due to changing the steering geometry and they said yes.

My question would it be better to use 2" dropped spindles with new stock coil springs to retain the factory steering geometry?


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