Ok guys, I'm going nuts. I've overloaded my head with suspension options and a $230 budget. My problem is that I have a mono-leaf '69 that sags on the drivers side, and I'm sure I will have a wheelhop issue.
Here I thought are my options:
1. Convert to a 4 or 5 leaf setup
2. Convert to a 3 leaf setup
3. Landrum 150# parabolic springs (not sure about spring rate)
4. Landrum medium weight (or heavy) multi- leaf springs
BUT..now I hear that I may have to replace the Landrum parabolic springs every couple of years. But what about the multileafs?
AND...I'm not sure about the idea about converting a mono-leaf car to a multi-leaf while maintaining the same perches. The 3-leaf springs may not eliminate my wheelhop (don't want any traction devices).
If anybody, and I mean ANYBODY knows the right direction to go, please let me know. I'm gettin' a headache with all this information...but it's still fun.
1969 Base Camaro
Vortec 350, Perf. RPM, Demon Carb., TH-400
All sheetmetal is NOS GM