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when i have passengers in the car the drive shaft grinds on my ebrake cable. this weekend i spent close to 6 hours changing out my rear coil springs with just the moog cc835 replacement coil springs. turns out they are a lot softer than the stock gt coil springs so now the problem is worse.:frustrated: if you know of coil springs that are stiffer and dont drop the car at all let me know. thanks
 

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It may not be the springs letting the car drop down, it might be the struts/shocks.
 

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we already changed the rear shocks out and it seemed to help a bit. i'm not worried about the struts because the sound of the drive shaft grinding is towards the back or right under me when i drive. i've read of this problem before but i havent seen anything on how to actually fix it. next weekend we're going to put back the stock coil springs because the replacements made it worse. so if you had any ideas as to how to fix it that'd be great
 
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