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any one what to part with some stock springs?

i was wondering if anyone whats to part with some stock spring? they can be bent, negitive arched, great, or just plain crap. see i am going to built a buggy with an old john deere 970 motor. one seater, i what it to look like the fast attack buggies. i can use crap spring or good springs because it just weighes it at about 763 lbs with tires, or just under 1000 lbs with me in it. so if any one has some springs let me know, i well take all the spring i can because i will built my own leave packs. (i base the size , width, lenth on a sammi. only mistake i welded the sping perch on the axle of a sammi spring. that way i stay low to the ground but just high enough to pop ovr hills. top speed 25 mph.)

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