How do I raise the rear leaf springs and car height of a 1963 thunderbird
I have a 1963 thunderbird that is sagging in the rear,by a about 1 inch, how can I raise the rear so that the sills are parallel to the ground as at the moment it is about 1 inch lower at the back
ummmm...just get a lift air shock and raise the level with air....summitracing.com always puts you right~
Thank you for your feedback. The only lift option we offer for your vehicle would be an air shock. At maximum pressure, this will give about 1-2" of lift for tire clearance. http://www.summitracing.com/parts/mon- ma705/overview/year/1963/make/ford/model/thunderbird When you are ready to place your order- visit us online @ www.SummitRacing.com or call us toll free at 1(800) 230-3030, open 24 hours a day / 7-days a week. We provide standard ground delivery at no additional charge to the contiguous 48 states (a standard handling fee based on order total does apply). In-stock parts ordered by 10 PM Eastern ship the same day via our ground service. Thank you for your business. Alec Summit Racing Equipment
see the guy answered my email but would not come onto our site to give this answer~....Alec, you chicken~
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