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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Feb 12th, 14, 11:17 PM Thread Starter
shane wicke
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suspension advice

Hi, I am looking for a lot of advice. I have a 69z that I have completely taken apart. Its on a rottissorie. Subframe has been powder coated. I'm getting ready to order new front and rear suspension to get the car back together. I'm thinking of ordering: spc uppers and lowers. Hotchkis springs front and rear( 2 in drop in front 1.5 in rear). Hotchkis vavled bilstien shocks. Not sure but probably helwig sway bars. I'm reusing the center link. Moog inners, tall outers Moog idler. Wheels and tires are 15x7-15x8 torq thrust D's with 235/60's and 255/60's. Got ahead of myself and ordered them so they are band new. Should of went with 17's. But any way. How does this set up sound? Its a lot of $(at least for me anyway)so any advice/criticism is apricated thanks
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old Feb 13th, 14, 12:00 AM
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Re: suspension advice

Sounds like you want a bit of a corner carver. All sounds good to me except the 15's. Consider tall upper ball joints as well.

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