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Front suspension lower coil spring insulators/seats

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2000 Chevy Silverado 1500 RWD.

I'm going to redo my front suspension soon and was curious if there should be a lower front coil spring insulator.


The new lower control arm has a groove and notch to lock the spring in place. I know on some vehicles there is a lower coil insulator/seat that has the groove on it. Not so it seems with my truck.

Is it necessary that I install an insulator or seat between the coil spring and lower control arm?

Amazon's list of coil spring insulators and spring seats for my truck. Which one is better?

Thanks everyone,





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Pretty sure there is only one for the top.

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