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Old 07-25-2013, 08:02 PM   #1
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I cut my front springs a whole back.. Should I cut the rear springs or leave the rake look???
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If you haven't had any problems I say cut. it would look cleaner with the back end a little lower
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I like the slight rake
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If you haven't had any problems I say cut. it would look cleaner with the back end a little lower
I haven't cut the rears at all.. Cut the front 1.25 coils..
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Funny, in the old days back in the 70's and 80's we used to put Air Shocks or shackle extenders on our rear suspension and jack our cars way up. Not realizing we killed the handling, but it looked cool. I got pulled over in my 68 coupe back in the 70's for having a modified suspension and having the rear jacked too high.

Now I'm ordering a complete new suspension for my Cobra to get it low and stiff. Times have changed.
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I haven't cut the rears at all.. Cut the front 1.25 coils..
Then cut rear 1 coil, itll leave a slight rake with nice stance
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