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All suggestions are welcomed i might try those knuckles or spacers or cups or anything for the front to get a 1 1/2 to 2 inch lift and 1 more thing im about to put about 4-5 hundred pounds of audio in the trunk so was thinking about the airlift 1000s or those like spacer things with the two bars that u screw in the springs if anyone has any advice or experience with these let me know thanks btw suspension is stock with bilstein shocks zq8 bumpstops
 

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I think I would go with something like this:


I don't know what kind of car you have, but if you have an SS, a set of Caprice or 9C1 springs might be a good way to go too.
 

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I think I would go with something like this:


I don't know what kind of car you have, but if you have an SS, a set of Caprice or 9C1 springs might be a good way to go too.
those are just to stop the sag that occurs on older springs. won't lift the car any over factory height. I had them on my stock roadmaster springs.
+1 for 9c1 springs. I switched to 9c1 springs up front thinking they would sit at the same height but not sink on bumps... I was wrong lol. 9c1 spings will giv you a 1 1/2" lift. I'd trade you if I knew how to get them out safely/easily. I don't like the way my car sits with the lift.
 

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Imma put the bags in the back cus i had airshocks on my last imp and they rode hella bouncy and rough howsthe ride quality with the bags anyone know? As right now the car sits tucked with 275/25/24 i like it but the front rubs on bumps and jus wanna get a little up there springs are saggin little but these cars always got that rake to em imma need the bags to jus compensate for the weight in the trunk to bring back to ware it is now
 

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Is there a part number, or something like that?
they sell them in auto parts stores. one of those "universal" shelf items. they also have some for the rear that are about 1 1/2" wide and a lot easier to install.
 

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Ok so if i get some 9c1 springs would i still have to use the airlifts would they be compatible with that spring and what part number can i use to get the 9c1 springs moog?? Anyone got some??
Not sure about the rear, but if they're anything like the fronts you won't need airlifts.
 
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