I will admit, mine was a smart**s answer, I just couldn't help myself. I
raised my high-school car with helper springs that slid over the shocks, but
that was back in the dark ages. I'm sure lift kits are made because I have
seen a few Vics and Marcs here in Dayton with huge wheels.
I tried some of those spring helpers when I first got my Vic since it had a
bit of a lean to it. I got the rubber ones you slip between the spring
coils. I couldn't get it adjusted right so I removed them but I got an inch
or so with just one.
Our old buddies at <a rel="nofollow" style='text-decoration: none;' href="http://www.jcwhitney.com" target="_blank">www.jcwhitney.com</a> have some items. Of course, the local
AutoZone probably does, too.
"Stu" wrote in message
> > I suppose you could geeze the height sensor to raise it...
> Geezing is a good idea for the rear, what about the front?
> Yesterday I carried 40 - 12 x 12 x 2 concrete blocks in the trunk.
> When I unloaded it, the rear was about 4" higher than the front. My
> son is getting my Marquis and he likes the look of big wheels and some
> BoyntonStu >> Stay informed about: Suspension lift for '95 Grand Marquis with air suspension...