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I run a Level 3... but mine's thru Steer n gear...
Maybe check out Lares.......... https://www.larescorp.com/
Another option, rebuild yours? Steer n gear or firm feel.... ?
Ditto on the Bilsteins
Is the clutch slave good ?
Like Sheldon said.....
Ya, another vote for Bilsteins ...........
For stock sus stuff, the "real" moog. For upgrades, yes PST, but also Firm feel, Helwig, I guess it depends what your plans are.
I run an adjustable PP valve. You can dial things in very nicely
I will say, wheels are a factor in planning a brake swap. I don't run a booster
This is from one of my older Hollander manuals.... they list different interchange numbers ....[ATTACH]
Yes, Cody's vid can be very helpful
The Firm-feel T's I have are 1.03 or.07, dont remember? but mega improvement,
Another for HELLWIG... Thick , heavy duty, nice finish. Noticeable handling improvement
Here's my combo on my E which has worked very well.... Level 3 steering box - the biggest Helwig sway bar - BIG FF T-bars- Boxed my lower control...
My thoughts exactly............ And yes I did that exact thing. James took care of me!
My 70 R/T (E) has factory rear sway......
And if your going to do bushings you may want to consider a few other upgrades
on my E it's a long list done a little at a time.... but would apply to a B as well. Subframe connecters... then BIG Helwig swaybar... then. BIG...
A combo of the two is often the best