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I bought a caprice from a guy on here and he said there were about 2 1/2 turns of a spring on the front but I guess buying a car on a rainy night doesn't help anything. Well there is no springs on the front... my question is would it hurt to swing by a junk yard and pick up a set of stock coils and maybe cut about 3 turns and place them on the front cylinders. Or would it be best to buy a set from CCE or Prohopper???
 

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Hey man.....Take another look under that chevy.:around: There is a small stack of spring in the front. It is only like 2 turns of spring. The spring is welded to the top cup.

I would not use stock springs in the front. I would go with a pre-cut stack of 2 3/4 ton or some 3 tons from any hydraulic supplier. :cool:
 
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