Join Date: Jul 2000
Location: Albany, Oregon USA
I have had to replace cut coil springs on many '69 Z/28's that I have restored over the years as it was the thing to do some time ago. If that is what you want I would cut exactly one coil. Make the cut directly below the current end of the spring and do this at the top of the springs. The drawbacks are forget having a front spoiler when your done, if you have headers the collectors will get smashed, cant run anything bigger that 215 or 225/60's w/o rubbing inner fender, etc.
1969 RS-Z/28: Matching #'s DZ302, M20, 3.73, Tuxedo Black, Deluxe Black Interior, Factory Tach, Clock and Console Gauges, PS, Rear Defrost, Spoilers, ZL2 Special Ducted Hood.
'85 Z/28, 355 TPI w/ Crane Compu-Cam 2040, Crane adjustable fuel pressure regulator, 22# Injectors, TPIS Airfoil, K&N filters, Hypertech ThermoMaster Stage 2 Chip for '85 Vette, 160 Degree Thermostat, DynoMax Cat Back Exhaust, Rebuilt/Updated 700R4 w/shift kit, 3.23 posi rearend.