<VV> Coil spring spacers for a EM?
62vair at gmail.com
Fri Aug 16 09:14:35 EDT 2013
Thanks for the responses. I'll replace them, then. It appears the car has
never had the suspension out, however, the ball joints and steering
arms have been worked on.
All the body to cross member rubber pads were shot allowing vibration and
noise to transmit into the car, was driving me crazy!
The car did sit level with these cushions installed under the springs in
the A-arms, so I'll replace them using those that Clark's sells.
62 coupe 4 speed, Red/Red
On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 6:00 AM, Vairtec Corporation
<Vairtec at optonline.net>wrote:
> Those are a factory item. How do I know? Because I had an NOS package
> of them some years ago, complete with GM Group Number and Part Number.
> But, as for their application, I no longer remember. I think -- think
> -- that they were related to the fitment of air conditioning in the
> On 8/15/2013 9:53 PM, Mark Durham wrote:
> > Gents, I'm reaching out to all of you that have had your
> > out of the rear of your EM car. I've taken my system out, leaving the
> > engine in place, and took the cross member, A-Arms, trans mount bracket
> > backing plates to the powder coaters for a new coat of paint.
> > However, my question stems around not finding any information about
> > cushions for the EM springs, and finding these (see picture) in the lower
> > A-Arm spring area.
> > They more or less look like the C189's Clark's sells for the upper area
> > the 65-69.
> > Q1? I am confirming that the EM's had no cushions and someone before me
> > stuck these in to get a bit of extra height on my coupe?
> > Q2? What are peoples experience with adding spacers (and what height) to
> > raise the rear end a bit? What did they use?
> > Thanks in advance
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