What would be the easiest way to lift my 1973 nova?

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Asked by Jan 31, 2009 at 09:14 PM about the 1973 Chevrolet Nova

Question type: Car Customization

The leaf springs are under the axle, so a u-bolt lift kit doesn't work.  or does it?

Thanks for any info!!!!

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Lift the rear end that is.

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you could to a spring over conversion, parts are free (other then new u bolts etc) just have to move the spring perches and re bolt it up, its relatively labor intensive although. or the easier route would be to find a new set of springs that lift the rear up slightly, i would assume its for drag racing so blocks would be crap....

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A jack stand would help you just twist the handle and the car MAGICALLY RAISES!!! OMG!!!

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to bad all you have to do is criticize other peoples replies, way to go!

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yur just pissed cuz u cant use a jack correctly

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im also 12

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So? I'm 15 and i've known how to use a jack since before I could spell it. (Included is a picture of a 71 Nova I am rebuilding)

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