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Oldsmobile Forum: Rear spring R&R on '83 Custom Cruiser
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Old September 4th, 2017
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Rear spring R&R on '83 Custom Cruiser

If you've ever cruised the part number listings for springs on Moog's website and wondered what your car will look like afterward, this is for you. I wanted a bit of a lift for larger tire clearance and beefier springs. Lots of comparison and a touch of "screw it, they're only $90" gets these results. I used pn: CC613. If I remember, they are a factory spring for the 70's B-body wagons. As you can see in the pictures, the height bumped up almost 3". Too much for most, but with your own beer math, you too can guess some springs out of the catalog. I plan on going for an offroad look, so I hope it looks good when the new tires arrive.

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