With all the talk of cutting springs, just so you know: Cutting springs actually increases the spring rate of the spring, which is directly related to the amount of spring you cut off. When cutting them, make sure you're cutting the exact same amount off each one or you'll have different spring rates on each side. Google "cutting coil spring" for more info. There's a few links out there that tells you the formula to find out your exact spring rate. Todd
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