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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-26-2019, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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Coil over shocks

Any one use coil over shocks to raise there car in the rear? Older cars sag and need help what have you used to do so. Thanks
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Re: Coil over shocks

Over the years I have owned four Falcons. I used air shocks,longer shackles,coil over shocks and recurved springs.I think the recurved springs with KYB self adjusting shocks worked the best for ride and handling.The air shocks rode hard and I hated the look of the long shackles and the load lever shocks rode harsh and bounce on hard bumps.My latest Falcon runs coilover shocks with a four link system. I like it the best. You can set the ride height and the rebound on the shocks . It handle great and gets no wheel hop.It's set to run with the back up just a small amount over the front, but the whole car rides lower than the stock height.Roger
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