HUGE difference in pressure side to side to be level
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    Default HUGE difference in pressure side to side to be level

    My 63 Lesabre doesn't sit level unless I dump a bunch of air from the right rear bag. I can see having a few PSI difference to make it level but at ride height I run 20 psi in the right rear and 50 psi in th left rear. Ride height in the front is around 70 psi, I have to keep about 10 psi more in the right front to make it sit level up front. Any ideas why such a big difference in the rear?
    '63 Buick Lesabre, 2 door, bagged, 401 nailhead engine, ST400 Trans

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    Different bags? Brackets are different from one side to another?
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    Cars aren't equal at all four corners. Different components, different weights. Different air pressure to make level. As long as it's not compromise to ride quality, it should be fine to have different air pressures.
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    I agree. No car is going to be balanced perfectly.
    10 psi isn't too bad but 30 in the rear is a bit much.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jahlg View Post
    Cars aren't equal at all four corners. Different components, different weights. Different air pressure to make level. As long as it's not compromise to ride quality, it should be fine to have different air pressures.
    IG: @thegreek96

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