HOW DO FLATEN OUT THE TOP OF A FULL STACK ONCE YOU CUT THEM??? DOES ANY ONE KNOW OF A SHOP THAT DOES THAT??? ANY INFO WILL HELP OUT THANKS TO ALL...
I WAS AT A SHOP AND THEY SAID THAT THE TOP NEEDED TO BE FLATENED OUT OR THE SPRING WOULD START TO DIG INTO THE FRAME ON A COIL OVER SETUP AND SAID THEY HAD A MACHINE SHOP THAT DID IT, THEN WHEN IT CAME TIME I CALLED UP THE SHOP AND WAS TOLD THAT THE MACHINE SHOP THEY USED DID NOT DO IT ANY MORE, SO I DECIDED TO POST ON HERE TO SEE HOW MUCH TRUTH THERE IS TO IT...U don't need to. Why what are u doin
I always use top cups in the rear. If you're cutting springs, just cut on an angle a bit and grind down until it's as flat as you can get it and slide the cups over them. That way the coil isn't pushing up against the floor until it breaks a hole through and causes the spring to "cork screw" up into the trunk.there is a such thing as top cups for coilover setups why wouldnt you use them