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Old 08-05-2011, 07:02 PM   #1
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Have a 91 GT. It has Evan springs. Not sure what model. They were on the car when I bought it. The back sits just slightly lower than the front. Which is exactly opposite of what I want. If the car sat even all the way around. Or the front sat a hair lower that would be ok too. Any ideas? New shocks and struts ? Or new springs?
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Have a 91 GT. It has Evan springs. Not sure what model. They were on the car when I bought it. The back sits just slightly lower than the front. Which is exactly opposite of what I want. If the car sat even all the way around. Or the front sat a hair lower that would be ok too. Any ideas? New shocks and struts ? Or new springs?
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Springs are what supports the car, so that would be the logical choice.
The back being a bit lower is not a bad thing.
It gives you a jump on weight transfer when you take off.
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Shocks and struts won't even it out?
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Shocks and struts won't even it out?
Not unless they are the adjustable coilover spring style.
They just dampen and control the compression and rebound of the suspension.
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