Raising the rear.
I know the rage is to lower cars these days, but I don't like that look, and it'* not safe in Wyoming, where the pavement ends and the West begins.
The front end is fine, but I don't like how low the rear rides. Anyone have suggestions on how to raise the rear suspension a couple inches? Nothing radical, mind you. I just want it to sit up a little more... takes me back to the olden times when kids jacked up the rear of their cars and put 50'* in the back. If you know what that means, you know about how old I am.
Anyhow, the rear struts are getting sloppy and it'* time to change them. Air shocks aren't an option. I'm thinking about looking into those rubber coil spring spacers that 4WD guys use. Do you think I could put one of those under the spring on the seat??
1996 Olds LS, 198,900 miles: RIP...