i rebuilt my suspension a while back. i installed the negative wedge kit which lowers the control arm 1.75", which is 0.75" lower than shelby relocation with use of a wedge between the balljoint and control arm to keep it from binding. i then installed the stock springs with 1/3 of a coil cut off. i drove it like this for a while but it was too low and even though i had it aligned that way, the inner part of the tires was wearing and the top of the tires were leaning in. This weekend I put in a set of brand new stock height stock rate springs and it raised the car nearly 3 inches. What the hell is going on??? now the top of the tires lean outward. is this because the alignment is off. would 1/3 a coil plus them being 35 years old really make that much a difference? im afraid if i pay the money to have it realigned it will bring it down only an inch at most but it still looks like a 4x4, should i cut the coils some? what do you guys think?