Here we show how you can use the online ordering form to have springs manufactured for your exact vehicle.
How To Order Leaf and Coil Springs Online
Go to the ordering page here.
How To Measure Shocks
When you need new shocks but you don’t know which shocks will fit your vehicle, you must do some measuring. If you’re building a car, and the shocks are not listed in a manufacturer’s catalog, get the car completed, set it on the ground with the tires the car’s going to be riding on, make […]
Different Types of Mounts on Shocks
Shocks mount on both ends, but what kind of ends are they? In this video, Mike points out shocks with studs, eyes, T-bars, and a few combinations. Two eyes Two studs A stud and an eye T-bar and a stud T-bar and an eye These are the most popular shock mounts. Here’s how to measure […]
Different Shocks for Classic Cars
Here, Mike shows the different types of shocks we offer for classic vehicles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2RGPU3lKHI
Busting Suspension Myths Slideshow
Mike will be at the Kentucky Expo Center for the NSRA Street Rod Nationals this Thursday busting suspension myths to pieces. Preview his presentation below and be sure to catch it if you go!
Ride Height Problems
I put new shocks on my vehicle but it still isn’t at the right height. What am I missing?
Hi Mike, I have a 1965 Chevy Impala convertible that I am trying to find front & rear springs for. I purchased a set of springs that (with the help of all the other stuff) make the car ride like a lumber wagon, I have been told that the front spring rate is 403.9 and […]
Is Bottoming Out Caused By Shocks or Coil Springs?
Mike, I have a ’79 Camaro with 350 engine with A/C and I have replaced the shocks but still have problem with front end bottoming out when I hit a dip in the road going over 45mph. What do you recommend? Thanks – Fred Fred, Contrary to what many think, shocks do not hold up […]
Mike: I have a 1948 British Ford Anglia that was raced in the ’60 Gasser Wars. I have extremely large polyglass tires (33.5″ x 19.5″ mounted on Weld Draglite 15″ x 15″ Aluminum Wheels) on the rear, and as soon as I get the vehicle up to 35 mph, the vehicle likes to rock and […]
Raising A 1966 GTO: Coil Springs Vs Air Shocks
Sir, I have a 1966 GTO with new coil springs installed; I have no idea what brand but the car appears to set to pretty much its stock height. I would like the car to sit a little higher in the rear verses the stock height. I thought about installing air shocks, but this car […]