A friend of mine helped me lower the back. We moved the spring plate only two knotches on the outer splines of the torsion bar. It lowered it quite a bit. I cut the bump stops in half. I don't have the motor in yet, so we will see.
Here is what the trunk used to look like, this is even after it was cleaned up!
This is what it looks like now after sanding the surface rust and repainting with some Krylon!
"What, me worry?" Alfred E. Newman
This is the 1500 that I rebuilt and was about to put all the electric stuff on and realized my 6V generator pully didn't line up with the crank pully... lame.
Here is the dual port 1600 that I got from a Super in Cali, Thanks Dan!
I had to raise the butt-end up one spline so it is just down one outer spline in the back. Now with drop spindles and adjustors with 145/45r15s up front...low!
I put a bus shifter in... not as easy as you think, but cool!