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Lowering a 1967 Chevelle

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In this Tech Tip, John offers some suggestions about lowering a 1967 Chevelle.

“I am working on a 1967 Chevrolet 300 Deluxe (Chevelle). I am interested in matching up the correct coils that I need, along with your adjustable spacers to fine tune everything. I have some specs that I found online, but just wondering if anyone can suggest what I need. Looking to start at 2” drop all around, and then adjust to taste from there. This will be 99% street driven, but still performance oriented. Think street driven pro-touring, worried more about performance than comfort. Let me know if you need any more info. Thank you for your time.”

Hi, you asked about some lowering springs on all four corners of your 1967 Chevelle 300 and we offer Eibach number 3303856 or 3303855. Both state they will lower the car 1.3" and of course that height is dependent on the engine size and other options. You will need to verify the style of spring in the back as it can be the pigtail at each end or at the lower end only. The amount of actual drop can vary and normally the springs will settle after a few months. Feel free to visit us on the web at or call 1-800-979-0122 with questions or to place an order.

  • John W.

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