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S10 run from Driver's seat

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Old 01-06-2019, 07:22 PM
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Originally Posted by snowblindS10 View Post
im curious about the front springs youre running. I have a 89 S10 set up very similar to yours. Right now im in the process of upgrading the front suspension, tubular upper control arms, drag shocks, solid lower bushings... My question is what moroso part number are you using?
After weighing my front at 1640# on a truck scale, I bought the 47130 springs and installed them as-is (not cut). They are super soft and it doesn't take much to raise the front. Takes a bit of getting used to but they work. Suspension will come up against whatever suspension stops you have in place and stay there until you let off. Not recommended for the street.
 
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Thanks, I really appreciate it...
 
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