@ Fooser Guy, im glad you cleared that up for some, but now im confused as to what the hell happened when i did my shocks.
Back in 2010 when i bought my car up until last summer, i needed front shocks bad because my car bounced violently, but my front end seemed to sat up a little higher in front than the rear. But when i replaced my shocks, i replaced them to relieve the bounce, but when i got home from the shop that same day, my front end sat lower to the ground than it did before the shock replacement. So i thought that was cool i finally got a comfy sport ride, and the front was low.
Any ideas as to what im seeing wrong here? I didnt think much about the issue then, because i again thought that was part of the purpose in replacing front shocks. Thanks
1996 Chevy Impala SS BBB -
1996 Chevy Impala SS DGGM -
Replaced BBB on 4/30/2012