rear spring help on my 67 convertible
I own a very original 67 Convertible RS/SS. This weekend we had our first family trip with the Camaro.
That means our daughter with a friend and we two adults. Two cases in the trunk, and the tank was filled. The joy wasn't long, with every little bump on the road, and the roads here aren't really bad here in Switzerland, the exhaust hit the mono leaf spring very noisy.
I like original cars, but I also like to drive the car with my family. But I need to do something against this hitting.
Unfortunately, I have no experience with Camaros rear suspension.
The first question I have, is this normal on a original mono leaf car?
Is my mono leaf spring worn out?
Will a new mono leaf help me to avoid this problem?
Do I need to change to a multi leaf solution?
If yes, what would be the best solution to keep a little originality?
What is your experience and your suggestion for me?
I already checked the exhaust pipe and fix them at the highest position. But it's not enough.
Here are some pictures of the cars situation. The pictures where made with a full tank and the top down. Without any person in the car and the trunk is empty.
What should I do?
Looking forward to hear from your experience.
Greetings from Switzerland
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