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I have recently acquired a vintage caravan to tow behind my 57.
Being the same era and decked out the same colour theme it make a cool looking combo.
I have weight distribution bars fitted to the tow hitch, but with the standard height springs it is still sitting a bit low at the back.
I have a set of over-ride springs that were fitted to the car originally, if I re-fit them will it make the car sit higher and when I'm not towing will the rear suspension be to hard?
Anyone had any experience with this?

Cheer -Stu
 

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Thanks for the reply Terry

I'm going to fit them this weekend.
I hope they will raise the back a bit but not make it to hard.
It may give the car a more raked forward stance that I'm after too.

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I was going to install my override springs today.
It's been a long time since I took them off.
As I remember they attach to the rear of the leaf spring with a u bolt in the middle.
Does this sound wright?

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