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fordsforever
    
Front Coil Springs
I have a 1980 Camaro Sub frame in my street rod. Does anyone no what the orginal spring rate was. Or LBS. per coil. I'm looking to replace the one's I have which are orginal with a set of lighter weight. So I first need to no what's in there,

Bob
posted: March 27, 2009
 
    
 
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brotino9
    
I found this information which might be useful to you.

Front Suspension: Spring rates 365 lb./in. Identical to and unchanged from 1977.
(stock: 300 lb./in.) Stabilizer bar 1.125" (down from 1.2"). Stock bar: 0.938, F41: 1.0").

Rear Suspension: Spring rate 130 lb./in. (stock: 92-99 lb./in.)
Rear Stabilizer bar 0.594 inch. (stock: none, F41: 0.5625)
sources: www.nastyz28.com/camaro/camaro80.php
posted:  March 27, 2009
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