hey guys, have tried searching but cant really find what i need.
Recently bought a 90' BT1 5spd and it has after market pedders springs but they are pretty much standard hight.
what i want to know is what do you guys recommend for a spring and shock combo front and rear to have it as low as legal will let me go and to try get rid of the body roll.
I was thinking King Spring superlows and get lowered shocks to suit.
Let me know what you think.
Best value for money:
Monroe GT Gas front (no sport option), Monroe GT Sport rear
King Spring Superlows front (V8 Superlow for extra springrate)
King Spring Superlows rear (heavy duty for extra springrate)
Then if you want it to handle, grab heavy duty swaybars front and rear. They're the greatest value in terms of turning ability.
After that, adjustable strut tops and better tyres are the next best value for money.
The 1972 HQ Kingswood
Best value for money versus performance would be a KYB and Kings combination:
KYB / Kings Commodore Lowering Packages!
Any questions let us know!
This is what I have. I'll add the best value for money if things are worn is a nolathane bushing kit and new ball joints. When I got mine the panard rod bushing was shot and a couple other little things like sway bar mounts. Fixed them up (like $40 worth if that) and it was a huge improvement. Lowering and getting rid of body roll will show up problems if you have them so square away things that need fixing first.
Cheers for the replies guys.
will have to do some searching around but the info helps alot!
And as for the nolathane bushes they have all been done recently (: