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    You have to move your coilover nut for the taller...

    You have to move your coilover nut for the taller spring.
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    Bottom has to be tall enough to not catch on the...

    Bottom has to be tall enough to not catch on the body of your shock. 10" probably ok. Other one, 6".
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    A 14" will work just fine in that rate. Or...

    A 14" will work just fine in that rate. Or better yet, a couple of 250# with a nylon between.
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    You can't go as soft with that small of a travel...

    You can't go as soft with that small of a travel window. You might get by with 275#. You won't be able to travel more than 3.75" on the shock without beating your frame in the track. So, your load...
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    You set your car at ride height. Measure pin to...

    You set your car at ride height. Measure pin to pin. Now put your coilovers in the smasher and adjust your coilovers nuts to match these loads at the pin to pin measurements you took from the car.
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    Those numbers are static ride height. And not...

    Those numbers are static ride height. And not really "wheel load". It's the spring load as measured in a smasher.

    You can get there with any springs.

    If you want something simple, try the...
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