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Posted by Mark V ( on February 09, 2005 at 08:29:56:

In Reply to: HELP!!!!! Looking for rear springs posted by Willy Q on February 08, 2005 at 21:18:00:

The rear springs are of the leaf variety. Meaning that any spring shop worth their weight in salt will be able to make new springs for you. I recommend you go with newly manufactured springs rather than inherit someone else's saggy thirty plus year-old springs. If the shop you went to didn't offer to make springs for you then run away and find another shop that will make you springs. A less expensive approach is to have your springs re-arched. Again, any reputable spring shop can do that.

Good luck,
Mark V.

: Hi, I'm looking for a set of rear springs for my '73 endloader Caddy hearse. The spring shop tells me a set from a '67 to '73 will work. must be in good to new shape.I'm in NY so to save shipping would like to locate parts in north east (NY,PA,CT,VT,NJ) but would concider any at this point to get back on road !!!!!!!!
: Thanks

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