3 inch drop rear springs

turbogeezer

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I"m looking for information if anybody has used the OPGI 3 inch drop spring. So far I"ve used a 2 inch drop on the rear of my 87 Monte SS and I need to drop kit a least another inch. Bill WV
 

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Most of our warehouses have a 5", 4" and 3" rear "Drop" spring for the G Body. They are 300# and ride like a tank, about $100 a set. The "go to" in these parts (for a 3" rear drop G Body) is a 1" A Body 68-72 rear drop spring in the 140-160# range, still about $100 a set.
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Our Game Changer spindle has the option of a 3" drop (along with all the modern performance geometry) for the front if you go that route.
 
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64nailhead

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Glad to see both of you reply. 3" rear drop sounds like dud without a set of coilovers or some type of rear suspension mod.
 
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86CUT

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Dec 16, 2020
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I am selling a set due to the stereo I put in the car it set the rear down another inch, so I need a 2 inch spring to get back to three inch.
The springs were great but the extra weight on them was toooooooo low. No rubbing at all either.
 
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