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Those visuals are great Rich, thanks for posting.

I sure wish they'd give the dimension shown below, front and rear, for stock and the two drop kits. That would give us useful data to measure our trucks and see what the proposed drop kit will produce. Otherwise existing "tired springs", your current tire and wheel combo, fleet side vs. step side, etc. makes such a huge difference in the end result "stance" that folks end up with a look they didn't expect.

Dimensions shown below on my '65 are from the axle c/l to the fender wheel opening.

Front, 3" (estimated) flame dropped springs by previous owner


Rear, 4" HD Drop Springs CPP P/N 603-4HD (No frame notch, custom upper shock relocators)
 

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This link from Early Classic Enterprises showing static drop stance pics, also in the site you`ll find a complete install pics.....enjoy....

http://www.earlyclassic.com/Tech.aspx?category=Stance+Photos

http://www.earlyclassic.com/Tech.aspx?category=Mid+60's+Makeover+I

http://www.earlyclassic.com/Tech.aspx?category=Mid+60's+Makeover+II
Hey does anyone have the drop stance photo's, the link is dead.
It had specs on different drops,kinda nice, I'm getting ready to order up some spindles and springs, thanks if ya do
 

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From the looks of their page they are building a new page, a lot of things don`t work.....even the catalogue....
 

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Yeah thats what I got too, hoping someone had them saved,
cheers! While I got ya... replacin pinion seal, where do I find the torque to preload crush sleeve? I've done it before, can't find the turning force #
 
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