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With the front coilovers installed, the car had a severely raked appearance, which I obviously needed to fix by lowering the ride height in the rear somehow. Options for rear springs were limited, though, as both Naake and Eibach kits were intended for Mercury Marauders Those cars have air springs supporting the rear of the car, and adjusting the ride height is a simple matter of relocating a ride-height sensor, so neither company offered rear springs to match the ride height of their front springs. Cutting the stock springs was not an option because they have pigtail ends at the top and bottom. At the time, the correct way to lower a Crown Victoria was to order a pair of custom-wound springs from a company like Eaton Detroit Spring.