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post #7 of (permalink) Old 04-15-2019, 01:40 PM Thread Starter
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@brad fischer - yes you are right...Koni reds on rear and yellows up front...I wrote it backwards above.

OK - so it sounds like many find the Centerline springs a bit harsh. This is what I really needed to know. Seems shocks and keeping the OEM swaybars are a pretty straightforward decisions for a "fast" street car. It's the springs that require some thought.

@DPeterson3 - I had same scraping issue with my 69 Spider. Go where it really took the joy out of driving it as I was always scanning the road for a dip that would cause a bottom out. Put in some spacers and mostly solved it. Agree - don't want to be there again.

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