Re: The Chevelle “Lean”
From my experience, start with the springs, make sure static height and wire thickness is the same, but even with that out of the way, there can be a variance. Check the body bushings and frame (at least eyeball the frame). 3/8" is one things, 3/4" is quite another. Personally, if you're going to deal with one corner sitting lower, it would be the passenger rear, which will put the driver side front higher. Air bags with individual lines are a coil spring suspension's best friend, simple to install and do a great job flattening out the suspension. Often only takes a few pounds difference to level out a suspension.
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