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I have a '79 Thunderbird, I plan on running 2 pump six battery setup. I want the car to lay frame when I park it. I don't plan on hoppng this car, so reinforcing the stress points will be enough. 8" cylinders in the front extend the A arms 1" so when I lift the front it doesn't butterfly. Now the rear I'm not sure if I should have 10" cylinders with short coils in a coil over set up, or have 8" cylinders all the way around. The car as it sits right now, "hovers" down the street, the frame is no more than 2" from the ground on cut coils tucking the tops of my 14's. Minimum inches off the ground laws....fuck that, police don't see me they'd rather pull over the dumb ass kid in a raced out honda than mess with my TBird. :biggrin:
 
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