i want to change the rear springs in my 03 lesabre to stiffer springs and dont know the diameter or length of the spring. can you help me please?

Asked by Dec 07, 2013 at 04:28 PM about the 2003 Buick LeSabre Custom Sedan FWD

Question type: Car Customization

i need the spring length and diameter on the rear end of the car.  stiffer universal springs
but i need the length and diameter to find a set that fit. dont want to change the ride
height. can someone help please.

3 Answers

the salvagers at car-part.com would be happy to sell you a stiffer set of springs...you must be able to measure what you have there...bein the only stickin' point~!

Just use O.E.M. stock replacement springs or add air shocks.

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air shocks will change the ride height when you air them up. depending on the springs you put on, it will be very easy for you to make the ride so stiff it feels like riding in a buckboard wagon. if you are trying to improve handling, I would look at adding a sway bar.

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