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Old 03-31-2003, 09:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just arrive down here my new springs; QA1 14", 150lbft.



What is the best way to "bolt" the springs to spring plates? I saw two ways, one is using a small U bolts upsidedown and other bolting a bar over lower and upper coil.
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Wow dude not to sure. Why not ship them over to me and I can make some custom holders for you???
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Old 03-31-2003, 12:42 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i made a big washer type plate with a smaller spacer the size of the id of the coil and just under the thickness of the coil welded em together , and drilled a hole to put a bolt through it.

its sounds way more complex than what it is i'll see if i have any photo's.
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Re: New Colis

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What is the best way to "bolt" the springs to spring plates? I saw two ways, one is using a small U bolts upsidedown and other bolting a bar over lower and upper coil.
Or do both like Zukiboy did. Ubolts on the bottom and bar clamp over the upper coil wrap to secure the top
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lets see pics

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