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    wheels up them down and spin

    Im new here so bare with me. 1980 malibu 468bbc ladder bar qa1 sng adj. coilovers. leaving on the transbrake car pulls fronts about 10-12 inches really square no tilt at all but when it starts back down and/or just as the front touches it loses traction and its almost as it is bogging it out of its pull t400 so when it sits down its time to shift but im getting killed on my 60 ft and having to run the guys down on the big end. my question is i have never adjusted the rear shocks but i have changed from a drag slick to a mt et street radial 275-50. by adjusting the rear shocks can i delay the front from slamming down giving me a softer landing so to speak and prevent the front from unloading so soon? or am i lookin up the wrong end of the mule? thanks guys need help got 2 guys coming for me with deep pockets. should i soften them or stiffen them or just leave them alone?

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    I don't know about a ladder bar car since mine is a 4 link, but i think i would stiffen them, to soften the lift, i could be totally wrong, but that's what i would try first. Course if you plan to run for money, i'd get some T&T in first.

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    x2 on the stiffening. Sounds like they are bottoming out and unloading the tires. How old are the shocks?

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    That did it !!!. stiffened the rear 3 clicks in and car left like a rocket.picked up 6 mph in the 1/8. thank's guys.

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    Great....

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