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Have a 70 chevelle that sit s1/2 in higher on one side.any advice on coil spring clamps? Would rather not use them and pig tail springs cant be cut.
 

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Have you measured all 4 wheels? Often the problem can be at the other end of the car, rear spring not seated correctly or front spring not seated correctly. Coil spring clamps are just a band-aid fix, same for cutting springs to correct issues.
 

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Have you measured all 4 wheels? Often the problem can be at the other end of the car, rear spring not seated correctly or front spring not seated correctly. Coil spring clamps are just a band-aid fix, same for cutting springs to correct issues.
 

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Car just had a full 2 yr frame off restoration.all new suspenion parts.shop cant explain why its sitting like it is.ill put it on my lift and check what you suggested about s6prings being properly seated.thank you.
 

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Check to be sure the front springs are seated in the frame properly, not the a-arms. Meaning the coils should be butted up to the stop in the frame spring pocket.
 
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