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I am looking to buy a pair of MOOG 6308 front coil springs, if you have a pair or know of a pair please send me a private message, thanks you
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What do they fit? ...Joe
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From the Moog website

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This is what it says on the Moog site; Front Coil Springs - Pair moog-6308 fits these vehicles: Chevrolet Nova 1969 thru 1972 Pontiac Ventura 1971 thru 1972
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Thanks. I have some somewhere for a 1969 El Camino ss396 we used to have. Didn't know the number..Joe
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Thanks. I have some somewhere for a 1969 El Camino ss396 we used to have. Didn't know the number..Joe
Yours aren't going to be correct for a 6 cylinder/small block.
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This spring is not available now. I used the 6308 on my 69 Z28 and it sits perfect. About an inch lower than stock. I tried to buy another set last summer and no longer available.
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that's why I'm looking
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Do you need the specs? I have an old Moog catalog that lists most spring specs. Let me know and I'll post the page that lists the 6308. I used them in many Camaros and Nova's over the years, as Steve stated, the ride height was perfect when the car had a Small Block in it. Let me know.

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Here's a link to a picture I posted in 8/25/2020. The picture is post#28. Notice the gas prices....

https://www.yenko.net/forum/showthre...=spring&page=3
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