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My car looks a little jacked up in the rear. I originally thought it looked this way because the fronts were worn. Now, after hauling 200 lbs of stuff in the trunk, I would rather lower the rear. It looked correct with the stuff in the back.

Is there a way to tell if the rears are stock? How should I go about lowering it about 1 inch? If I do lower the back, will it affect my launch?

I DON'T want a lowered car, I want stock height. Here's pics, but the car is on a hill and the pics are misleading. http://home.earthlink.net/~scottandjoanie

TIA for suggestions,
Scott
 

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That car looks good like it is to me. Mine sags like an ole lady. I think Ebach or somebody like that has lowering springs. Do a search because I know I have seen talk about them. Wish I still had those orginal wheels, two of mine got destroyed when it was stolen and they burned the rears off.
 

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The variable rate replacement springs will raise the car about an inch. The constant rate replacement springs should bring you back to stock height. If the fronts are sagging it will make the rear appear to be to high..

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