Alright guys(Dave,Buddy,etc), give me your input. I discussed before that I loosened my shock settings to see if it would help my loading/unloading the chassis. I ran one weekend with the looser settings & the next weekend went back to the tighter setting. Car pretty much was the same but I believe it was slightly better with the looser settings. I believe the car is oversprung also. I thought it last year & was going to change springs when I had the lifter failure. Mike Balf, a local chassis builder, pretty much thought the same, that the springs were too heavy.Car was porposing off the line. I had 300# springs up front & 110# springs in rear. I could get the chassis close to ride height but would run out of threads with the spring seats all the way to the bottom. I am about an 3/16" high in front & 1/4" high in rear. I now have 250# springs on front & 95# in rear. I plan on setting ride heighth in the morning. My question is do I go with my original stiffer shock settings (struts-2 from full loose, shocks-ext-4 from tight & comp-2 from tight) to get a spring baseline. Then try a softer setup or try the softer set up off the bat. I am leaning to go with the original shock settings since I have more of a baseline with it. What do you think? :?