I have a question on changing to lowering springs on a 96 camaro z28.
I want to keep the stock shocks on the car and change the springs to drop
the car to a lower stance.
I have seen that an adjustable pan hard rod and relocation brackets for the
lower control arms are recommended.
Talked to my regular auto shop and they had a concern about the springs
being shorter than stock causing problems if the rear of the car left the
ground during a hard bump.
Something about the springs coming out of the collar. Can anyone explain
how the spring and rear suspension ie:shock go together and how a shorter
than stock spring would work in this situation?
I have also read about people cutting coils off so I am wondering what keeps
the spring compressed in the rear if you go with an aftermarket spring so
that it isn't loose in the assembly.
Any help is appreciatted, in all the install information I can find on the
web I haven't come accross any issues in simply changing out the springs.