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Old 11-22-2012, 09:02 AM
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It all depends on the type of spring, and sometimes you can get away with cutting the ones you shouldn't. Some people go a little too far IMO, but even I have cut springs on my truck that aren't supposed to be cut. I'd recommend reading up on coil springs before doing it, so you can be educated on what you're doing since it is a safety concern.

There's some good info here:

http://www.eatonsprings.com/cuttingcoilsprings.html
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