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In 73, i bought a RHD Datsun 1500 Fair Lady roadster(Japanese MG)loaded with cheap 165 bias plies. After wearing the fronts out, i got a couple...
A KONI on low setting would be close to stock dampening. They are pricey though.
Late 70's would be about right.
Oil filled KONIS are still my shock of choice......a full 3 1/2 turns of dampening adjustment.
You still want to nix those radials on front with Your bias ply slicks on back.
Hail to the god of KONI!
On my 69 post Coro…i ran L-50 bias on back(in stock wheel well!) & surprisingly i had 60 series HR Euro T/A's up front and it didn't wiggle &...
Might look into fully adjustable KONI shocks.....prob'ly a bit pricier than Bilstiens, but IMO the Only shock...conventional valved,,non gas.
Yes, or Very stiff sidewall/low profile radials......go with drag radial slicks to circumvent the problem altogether......radials kick butt on...
If You had bias ply on back w/ radial on front, thats why it wandered so bad. Bias on front w/ radials on back works, but not the reverse.
My option is KONIS:)