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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Aug 12th, 03, 03:52 AM Thread Starter
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Sorry Guys, I've always been a Chevelle man. Will multi leaf springs from a 70ish Camaro work in a 68?
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I think they are the same size, but the ride height may differ.
I highly recommend better springs like the Global West, or Hotchkis springs.
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I had 5 leaf multi springs out of a 79 Camaro in my 68. They will bolt up but the ride height will be alot taller than you might want,& will ride like a Sherman tank... I cured this by taking two leafs out... Dropped down to a tolerable height & now rides great.

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