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Car is sitting lopsided-need help

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    Angry Car is sitting lopsided-need help

    I put on an SLP suspension kit to include bilstein shocks, eibach springs, and front/rear sway bars about a year ago. I walked out to my Z and noticed that the right rear is sagging about three inches lower than the left. Is this a shock or spring issue? I'd like some input before I take it to be examined by the professionals-I don't want to get reemed for unnecessary work.

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    You might need an adjustable panhard bar. There was a guy who had that problem and that is what he done and it fixed it. Did it lower the car any? If so that is your problem.

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    Could my panhard rod have come loose?

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    Wouldn't think so it is bolted in.

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    Did you measure both sides. What I have seen in posts is the drivers side sits higher to compensate for a 200 lb driver. I have also seen people complain of the same problem with eibach springs and after install there is 3 inches of difference. Also, some have said the springs need to be turned or the rubber boot on top of the springs needs turned to even out the rear. I didn't notice the drivers side being higher until I put on Bilsteins, but it is only around 3/4 of a inch higher and when someone is in the car it is even which what I have read is normal. Wish I could help more, but could be many things.

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