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Hi next project: my ‘66 is a bit lower on the left front side than on the right (it’s visible)... any thoughts or recommendations? Thank you! Best Ed
 

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Can you give us any background? IE, did you replace anything, car been in an accident....pics?

Chris
 

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Just realized it, there was no accident, nothing replaced (to my knowledge)...
 

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1st guess is weaker spring from only carrying a drivers' weight for many years.
Bounce each side and see how the shocks react. The problem might actually be on one of the rear corners just as well.
 

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Take a closer look at how the spring is sitting in the perch on the upper control arms. Some people have commented in the past about lowering spring coming out of the perch when jacked up. Could cause one side to sit high or low.
 
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