I'm running into this issue where the front of my car keeps sinking until its on the bump stops. Previously I have yellow SRacer spring installed and right from the get-go I had this issue, I would jack up my trumpets and the car would continually sink after a quick run around the block until its back on the bump stops. I would jack them up more and get the same results. When I look at the spring it just seems to be compressing it more and more, leaving a very small amount of space between the coils.
This year I picked up a set of red springs and have run into the exact same issue. Although it seems much more pronounced, where by when I jack it down, it looks like a gasser with the front way up in the air. After a few drives its back to compressing the spring and ridding on the bump stops.
I run lowered gaz shock and have the larger a-arm bump stop (cut down somewhat) I don't feel this is a problem as I have tons of droop when jacking the car up?
Any clues what's going on here?
Edit: its a 68? smooth roof, external tank woody wagon. Seemed to have been dry suspension before. Now has a 1380, SC 7-port (not sure that matters)
Edited by WoodyWagon, 09 July 2019 - 04:23 PM.