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#952747 - 11/23/12 07:57 PM suspension confusion??  
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zmans84ss Offline
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hello everyone, been going crazy trying to decide what route to pursue with my suspension. it seems there so many options.anyone have an idea where money is well spent and where its simply not needed? i am also upgrading the brakes and prefer to spend money there. tubular this and tubular that, adjustable this and adjustable that.please simplify!! Thanks

1984 blue monte carlo ss,350 crate engine,LT1 t-56,Autometer custom shop gauges, GN 8.5 posi rear 3.42 gear,17x8 torque thrust wheels, 255/45/17 b.f.g. tires
#952748 - 11/23/12 08:10 PM Re: suspension confusion?? [Re: zmans84ss]  
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If you are looking for suspension peices and want to buy from someone that really knows the G body platform call Mark at SC&C;
He wont feed you a line of bull.I bought one of his front end kits last summer and I was very pleased with the results.
Give him a call,you wont be sorry.

GuysMonteSS '86 SS,513 BBC,AFR Heads,UDHarold/Bullet Custom Solid Roller Cam,706 lift,255/263 @ .050,Jesel Shaft Rockers,Balanced & Blueprinted,Doug Nash 4+1 5 Speed,Hurst In-Line Shifter,Ford 9 Inch Rear,SC&C Street Comp Stage 2+ Front End Kit...
#952851 - 11/24/12 09:18 PM Re: suspension confusion?? [Re: GuysMonteSS]  
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SC&C actually has the most competitive pricing on many of their parts too. I have bought much of my gear there, great service too.

For brake upgrades you can go low buck upgrade with larger piston calipers, and S10 rear wheel cyl, and slotted or drilled/slotted rotors. Huge upgrade for around $500.
Check out Guys' thread(s) ^^, he has one on the larger calipers

Not sure what amount of vaccum your engine produces, but you could look into a hydro-boost swap in from a 2500 pickup with the SBC, you could shave off some $ on the project, leaving you more $ for other suspension, as brakes can get $pendy real quick.

SC&C has several brake upgrade options, and you could also check out, and, you can relatively easy get a bracket from flynbye and adapt C5 brakes (13") on the front.

Flynbye is a small owner-run company, you could experience a delay in response sometimes due to the holidays.

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