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    Established Member Three Rings ralphie_43's Avatar
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    My car is too low in the rear and rubs on the highway over train tracks and bridge hops and not around town, i don't want to roll my fenders is there anything i can do to raise it with out installing the oem springs. Are there any spring perches (adjustable or fixed) that could resolve this problem?

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    maybe you could get the hubs machined to reduce the offset?
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    The solution i ended up using is a 1/2 inch spring spacer in the rear

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