I am in the planning stages of building a street stock, and this the first time I've ever ventured into leaf springs. What I am planning on building is a 1970 Mustang with a Fastboy setup. Right now, I am just working from frame diagrams and whatever dimension I can find online to check the feasibility of my plans. For the life of me I cannot find the difference between the Camaro and Chrysler leaf springs. I assume they are just dimensional differences, but I cannot find them. The rules I am going by are pretty vague about what I can and cannot do with leafs. They do say I can use Camaro or Chrysler leafs. The tech inspector says that I can have multiple forward mounting holes, up and down but not forward and back. He also said that I can have any shackles as long as they mount in the same location on the left and the right. The wheelbase must be stock +/- 1". Am I going to have to have custom springs made (more than just the Fastboy mods)?
Is there a website that lists stock dimensions for springs? I'm building this car from scratch, using rust repair panels, and I don't have a good reference for spring dimensions.