I'm starting to work on my suspension. The car had been sitting in an AZ storage building for 35 years. I noticed after installing the new engine the suspension didn't sag at all. I had a couple people pushing down on the suspension and there is no give at all. Is this normal assuming I have the stop springs?
Also, there is a 6" gap between the top of tire and fender so I will be removing the spacer to lower it, but doubt that will get the lower look I want.
I pulled the RR spring/shock assembly, and the shock is definitely bad.
I found a place that will rebuild the Koni's but are $250 per shock and if there are hard parts damage then the price goes up from there, plus shipping both ways. https://www.performanceshock.com/koni-service-page/
It seems the Alden coil over setup has some really heavy spring rates, so I assume the ride isn't very good with these.
The RideTechs from SACC seem to have a better selection of spring rates but are a slightly more expensive.
So, it appears I'm spending $1200 to $1600 depending on which way I go.
Anyone have an opinion on which direction to take?