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Raising rear ride height.

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So I finally got around to putting my keystones on my car and have a problem with the rear ride height and was wondering how I would go about raising it. I replaced the shocks like 4 years ago but the coil springs are the originals. The tires on the rear are 255/60/15 and the lip of the quarter is sitting like 1/2 inch above the sidewall but if you push down on the trunk it goes right into the sidewalls. I'm assuming my coil springs are shot cause they're so old but I don't really know what kind to get. Do they make heavy duty springs or would big block springs make a difference? I kind of want to raise it an inch or two cause I need new tires on the back plus they're 60s and the fronts are 75s. Which also has me wondering whats the biggest rear tire you can fit on a stock 70 chevelle. Thanks.

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15x4 keystones 215/75/15

Kind of how I want it to sit These rears are 255/60/15

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they still make regular air shocks?...i still have the original hardlines on my el camino.

remember when hi-jackers and lakewood ladder bars were the state of the art in bolt on rear suspension?....ahh, that takes me back.
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