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Some aftermarket leaf springs are thicker height-wise than stock springs and leave a.

Mar 29, Its pretty easy with a press, just lay the leaf eye hole in on its side and take a couple of little metal blocks to put on the edge/housing of the eye loop then find diameter piece of metal and use that to push the old bushing out and the new bushing in. May 15, Leaf Spring Advice- First Gen Camaro. Hi All, I have a 67 Camaro with the full Hotchkis kit. 2" drop springs in the front, drop in the rear.

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After i set the car down initially a couple of years ago when I installed everything, the rear was too high. I ended up throwing some 1" drop blocks in there to correct it and make the stance right. Sep 19, Re: Leaf spring removal. Those bolts screw into a 'captive nut'. which simply clips into the frame bracket. The clip portion of the captive nut is much thinner metal and can rust away before the nut does.

With Chevrolet secretly supporting Camaro racing in the late s, the racing drivers and engineers must not have felt as if a rear sway bar helped much, or they were too busy working on other items that were keeping them from winning every race.

and when the clip (that holds it in place) is rusted, then the nut (and whatever portion of the clip that remains) just 'spins' when you. Sep 30, The whole point that 79T/Aman was stressing in his concern for the bushings in the front eye of the leaf spring is right here: The front eye needs to be able to swivel some to allow the rear to articulate without binding, so that means either rubber, or a.

RockAuto ships auto parts and body parts from over manufacturers to customers' doors worldwide, all at warehouse prices. Easy to use parts catalog. The Camaro rear suspension is a weak point of the andas we’ll explain little later on, but suffice it to say that the original monoleaf rear springs and rear suspension setup does not provide adequate control and performance, particularly for a Vpowered Camaro.