|05-11-2012 10:28 AM|
you mentioned that you put in new springs recently? how long ago and what springs were they?
the next thing you need to identify is it the front leaning down or is it the the other side in the rear pushing it up which will in turn cross load the opposite corner.
If you installed new rear leafs as well... I would lift the car up, loosen up the shackle bolts with the car in the air... then set it on the ground and tighten em back up. remember, especially with poly bushing hardware not to over tighten which causes it to bind up.
|05-09-2012 09:14 PM|
|05-09-2012 07:23 PM|
|bigblockragtop||67 Camaro and the whole drivers side is lower the front maybe 1/16 to 1/8 less than the back.|
|05-09-2012 03:56 PM|
|05-09-2012 03:48 PM|
|bigblockragtop||Well it is a Camaro but that did not really help answer my question though. I guess 3/4 is not much but was thinking it would be nice if it were level.|
|05-09-2012 02:53 PM|
Betcha, its a Nova or another GM of that body style...If it is, you are lucky it goes down the road straight, not dog legged....Have seen so many like that.
Most cars are not even all the way around, 3/4" isn't a whole lot.
|05-09-2012 01:29 PM|
Pulling up behind my car today I noticed it is leaning. I took out a ruler and the left side sits 3/4" lower then the right. I know what your thinking lose 100 lbs. It has coils in front and leaf in back all are new. I was thing of using spacers under the front drivers side coil to level it out. What do you guys think?