i guess we think alike! :biggrin:Originally posted by badass 64@Sep 21 2005, 09:48 AM~3856462
If in the front: Over locked on short springs.
If in the back: Funny mounted power balls (=wrong cyl. angle)
It can be alot of other things, but those are probably not a high quality cylinder anyway since it looks like it does now...
Triple projects, damn bro! I know how that feels! I just finished my Panhead Chopper so now I'm working on the Fleetwood and the 64. One down , two to go! LOL!Originally posted by caranto@Sep 21 2005, 04:55 PM~3856498
:biggrin: nada! tryin to get my caddy together.....workin on usoforever,and project redo!!!!
them springs are spongy bro. i used the same damn springs in the back of my caddy....... liftin the rear compressed them before the ass end lifted. ditch them now while you have a chance!Originally posted by Yeah-Low@Sep 22 2005, 09:56 AM~3863791
Thanks for the help guys. It waz in the front. I am sure it was a CCE, and the coils are short. I am using some 1 ton chevy truck springs. They held up a 454. I have short cups, so I tack welded them to the spring, (according to Lowrider Magazine's suggestion.) I guess I will have to build biger spring cups, and make them deeper too. I have some pipe extension to weld to them.
Am I correct in that the spring and cup should be able to move separately?
Thanks again for the help. I don't want to bend my new Red's 8"s...