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Old 04-29-2013, 09:55 PM
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Default right rear corner of car sags 1"

Car sagged to the right with the old, original leafs.

New leaf springs installed. Car sagged less, but still...
So I flipped them around to rule out a potential issue with one of the springs.
It made no difference; car still sags at the right rear corner.

Front of car sits pretty level (as measured at the top lip of each fenderwell to the floor; difference is 1/4"; with the right side being 1/4" lower).

I tried one of those helper springs on the right rear, but that didnt really do much.

Should I add a leaf to the right side?
This is really wierd.
Only a few people have noticed this issue, but it bugs the heck out of me.
1958 T-bird
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