I have a street rod that uses the frame of a 1980 Cutlass LS which I believe is called a GM G Body. The car is a 1940 Ford two door coach. It has the rear springs form the original ’80 Cutlass in it and they are too weak so I use air shocks to supplement the springs and stop the bottoming of the suspension.
The ride height is good without air in the shocks but the ride is a bit soft. I would like to replace the springs with ones that would not only allow me to get rid of the air shocks but to also give me a bit stiffer ride and strong enough to hold the extra weight of passenger and stuff in the trunk. And also, if possible, raise the rear maybe about an inch. – John from Canada
You provided excellent information which make our lives a lot easier. A nice set of variable rate springs adjusted to meet your needs will solve all your problems and get you back cruising. As you know bringing part from the US can be a real pain. So to simplify things we have a Canadian Distributor, JH Restoration at 1-519-737-8902, who has been informed that you need one set of our part number MC6271+12 and they are awaiting your call. – Mike