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Who makes front springs that are at impala height, and sold seperately from rear springs? Following the all-knowing AutocroSSer's advice, I have decided to use stock 9c1 springs in the rear, so I now I need something to go in front. I'm looking for something no heigher than impala SS, brand new, and in the price range of maybe $70-ish. That rules out OEM parts. What does Moog have?
 
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https://mfr.ccitriad.com/mfrcat/extsrv?command=vehicleExt&extusr=FMOGuest&extsupplier=FederalMogulFull

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Note that a quantity of 1 (one) is a box containing 2 springs. Moog does not have an Impala-specific spring. If you run a search for Caprice instead of Impala, the same spring numbers come up. You could get the HD (5030) and trim them to get the ride height you want.

View: All Federal-Mogul Products

Vehicle: 1996 CHEVROLET IMPALA V8-350 5.7L OHV

Lookup Type: Group - Front Springs

Part Description Part Number Years Qty Per

MOOG

Front Coil Springs

SEDAN 5044 94-96 1

Front Heavy Duty Coil Springs

SEDAN 5030 94-96 1

TRW

Front Coil Springs

SEDAN CS5044 94-96 1

Front Heavy Duty Coil Springs

SEDAN CS5030 94-96 1

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Special Tip: Both sides should be done together. An alignment may also be needed.
 
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Damn, this is great. In the two posts I've put in suspension forum, I've had responses from AutocroSSer AND Navy Lifer. Could it get any better?

Anyway, does anyone have height information on these springs? What I mean is, what height will they put a car at, uncut, and with stock suspension components. Oh, and I think the need for an alignment goes without saying.
 
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