is this for the blazer or the bonne?
and you can cut a spring. if you take your time and do it right. kind of an oxy-moron, but a half-assed drop, can be done "right".
if you put a set or two of vise grips on the spring where the cut will be, they will act as a heat sink. Cut slowly. only a small section and let it cool before you go further. and do not use water to cool. just air cool.
but overall, i would most recomend a set of new springs. bc when you cut springs, you not only change the tension, which affects performance of ur suspsion, but it also changes the way the spring seats.
-Wes, not actually sam, thats just a joke.
92 Buick P/A L67, Gen 3 swap. 2.55 pulley, FWI, PLIM
92 Olds 98. L27
97 Bonne, SE. the Daily