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G3GM 1973 to 1977 A-bodys. Chevelles, Monte Carlos, El Caminos, Laguna, 442, Cutlass, Malibu, GTO, LeMans, Century, Regal, Grand Am, Grand Prix, Sprint, Gran Sport, Can Am, Hurst-olds, and other 73-77 A-bodies
I was trying to look up some information on El Caminos with the '75/'76 Laguna fromt end and I saw one person state that GM used big block front springs on cars with the laguna front to offset the weight of the nose piece. Is this correct? Seems reasonable but I would like a little more info. I ordered small block springs at stock height to pair with dropped spindles.
The Build Sheet on my '75 Laguna w/350 and built in Fremont shows code BH for front springs and TF for rear springs. Have no idea what these mean...but, maybe someone has a Build Sheet for a big block Chevelle that can compare?
Additional info...my '77 Monte w/350 and built in Leeds came with the F40 H/D suspension option and it shows codes WK (front) and WU (rear).