I searched and found that Kirban does, does anybody else? Not looking to lower, just stock type replacement to regain stock ride height and recoil. Mine are sagging. Thanks
What didn't you like? Did it sit too high, too low?TWIN86GNS said:Before I bought GN #2 in 1998 the previous owner had installed cargo coils (I have all the receipts) and I still don't like the way the car sits. I am lazy and broke otherwise I would have changed them by now to regular coils.
When I see something sitting high in the front I picture a stupid kid in a compact truck with the air bag suspension. You know those guys. They cut the floor out of the truck box and than cruise 30MPH on the interstate with the nose pointing north and the bumper sparking when it goes over a tar strip.Steve Wood said:As an aside, I once, long ago, bought the gsca springs...damn car sat an inch and half higher in the front, than in the back...that is when I realized that I did not like the '50's look.
The rear cargo coils in my car make the car sit a bit too high for my liking. Eventually I will install variable rate rear springs, and I am sure that I will be happier with them.DonnieShort said:What didn't you like? Did it sit too high, too low?
How do they feel in the back? Too bouncy, too firm? Too soft?TWIN86GNS said:The rear cargo coils in my car make the car sit a bit too high for my liking. Eventually I will install variable rate rear springs, and I am sure that I will be happier with them.
On the road, the car feels fine, but in a parking lot and going over a speed bump the rear feels like it is going to "hop" over the speed bump, it just isn't very smooth.DonnieShort said:How do they feel in the back? Too bouncy, too firm? Too soft?