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If it's still higher (1/2") on the drivers side with you sitting in the car, that's not so good. Swap the rear springs and if the passenger side is now a little higher (1/2") that would be good. 1/2" difference can be easily and cheaply offset with AirLift part # 60763. Both sides exactly the same with a little more air (3lbs) in the passenger side AirLift is optimal.
 

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Just installed my hotchkis lowering springs and bilstein shocks on my 96. Now the rear of the car sit uneven. Driver side rear sits a little higher than the passenger side, anyone have an idea what i did wrong?
By any chance did you find a solution for your problem? I have the same springs waiting in my garage for install.
 
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