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    Rear spacers for Lowering springs? Ideas?

    Just ordered B&G S2 springs for my V, but know I am going to need spacers for the rear. Any ideas? (besides D3 ,as I believe they are no longer available) Thanks!


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    Re: Rear spacers for Lowering springs? Ideas?

    Someone had a diagram of them. If there's interest, I could get a bunch made up as I have a few people who do that as side work.

    Where did you order the springs? Do you have them yet?

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    Re: Rear spacers for Lowering springs? Ideas?

    I got mine off ebay. Cadillac faq is where the photos and diagram are.

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    Re: Rear spacers for Lowering springs? Ideas?

    Quote Originally Posted by PGA2B View Post
    I got mine off ebay. Cadillac faq is where the photos and diagram are.
    Thanks for the info! I couldn't find them on e-bay, but I DID look at the link you sent, and will try to piece it together, as it looks like it should be fairly simple...

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    Re: Rear spacers for Lowering springs? Ideas?

    has anyone converted to non-leveling shocks on an sts-v? i thought i read that it would throw a flag and limit the speed. would like to go lower than 1".

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    Re: Rear spacers for Lowering springs? Ideas?

    There was a guy on here that did coil overs and was lowered well over 1". Do a google search.

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