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    Let me know how it goes....stagger will surely...

    Let me know how it goes....stagger will surely help tighten the car up...min actually gets to the point where I can be too tight when I pick up throttle. Do you have your shocks on back adjustable...
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    Almost the same exact setup as my car....my lead...

    Almost the same exact setup as my car....my lead is all even with top of fuel cell...I wouldn't worry about having some towards the back.( I've got 150# behind the rearend centerline) keep your rear...
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    Sorry I mean Back on RR cup...its early. ...

    Sorry I mean Back on RR cup...its early.

    Curt Drake
    IMCA stock car #55
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    my ride heights are frame to top of rearend...

    my ride heights are frame to top of rearend housing....I added my own spring cups and shock mounts.
    If you move right spring cup forward it will take away some of the rr drive. I also have CPD...
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    Also, I think your ride height is a little high,...

    Also, I think your ride height is a little high, I'm 2 1/2" lower on ls, and 1 1/2 lower on rs. Are you using 16" springs?

    Curt Drake
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    I have the same rearend, I also build my own...

    I have the same rearend, I also build my own cars...that said what I have is Left forward, Right behind....I use a 150 on LR and a 225 on RR, 120# bite....but at full drop spring still has load on...
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    Where are your springs located? (front, center or...

    Where are your springs located? (front, center or rear of housing) where are your lower trailing arms located? (how far away from housing) do you still have load on LR spring when shock tops out, and...
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