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    Updating Spring Plates

    Can anyone tell me definitively which years of the factory adjustable spring plates will fit on my '73 S? Thanks in advance.

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    Moderator Chuck Miller's Avatar
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    For sure all SC's ... from '78 - '83
    Not sure about 3.2 stuff...

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    Hey Neighbor:

    Any of the factory adjustable plates will work,......
    Steve Weiner
    Rennsport Systems
    Portland Oregon

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    Jared Rundell - Registered User JCR's Avatar
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    Birmingham, MI
    I'm putting SC spring plates on my 73 today. I've been wanting to lower it's ass end for while now and know the original bushings will be worn when I remove them - so I chose to "upgrade" to adjustables as long as they need replacing. Dealer price on SC plates was about $680.... EACH! F that - found a good used pair for $120.
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