Originally Posted by 1slosix
unless he has maybe some dead coils on the back, and the new shocks helped them i dunno just giving OP benefit of the doubt lol.
@OP you'll be fine from the sounds of it...you can always run Isolators off of your old springs to lift the eibachs a 1/4" if you're worried.
I ordered SR Performance isolators, they are thinner than stock?
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Originally Posted by bigmac3
The new shocks actually picked up the rear end of the car slightly.
If your shocks have no spring on them, they will not alter your ride height.
Well, the original shocks had 120k miles on them. So i'm assuming that they were blown & the weight of the car had lowered the car slightly. Probably when i installed the new shocks, it restored it to factory ride height (which i have never seen before.)