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13.With all the parts in place, double-check torque on the bolts and then put the wheels/tires back on. Then, lower the car and take it for a test drive. Our Chevelle had hard-as-a-hockey-puck tires, so burnouts were no problem, but the new rear suspension eliminated our wheelhop woes. Plus, the car actually handled better, instead of wallowing and floundering each time we attempted to turn a corner.