...to cut the stock springs on passenger side to fix the "chevy lean" and would it affect ride and shit or am i better off finding aftermarket ones and cutting those?
I would just use a dremel man. you might also want to add some weight in the drivers seat when you measure.haha i could have a retarded 355! the only on in the nation! hmmm lol
that would suck though... where is the best place to go local shop wise that will cut the spings for me? or what can i use to do it myself i would like this way better
Thats what I was always been told. it makes it level when your driving. you have to factor in your weight. you also have to factor in how you load your cab on a regular basis.why add weight i thought when the springs werent compressed is when its best to measure?
so if you cut the springs to make it level when your driving alone. Wouldnt that mean if you had a passenger you would be back to square one with the lean.Thats what I was always been told. it makes it level when your driving. you have to factor in your weight. you also have to factor in how you load your cab on a regular basis.