I have a problem that has me stumped. I'll try to give you as much background as I can and hope that someone may see what I may be overlooking. Car sets about 1" low on the drivers side rear(very close to level at the front of the car). I have experienced this before but never on a uni-body car. I replaced the rear leafs,shackles and bushings as they showed signs of wear and age. Lifted the rear end 2" but still drivers side was 1" lower. Rear shocks were replaced by PO and appear new. I then replaced the front coils,shocks, and spring pivots. Raised the fron 2" but still lower on the drivers rear. Took the car to a reputable frame shop and he varified the body was to factory spec ( and charged me nothing for his time). All body lines are even and no signs of buckles or twists. Rear quarters are original sheet metal. No signs of poor body work or alignment He recommended I take it to a spring shop to "adjust the rear springs". I haven't followed his advice yet knowing that it leaned with the old leaf springs as well as the new ones. I removed the front sway bar thinking it could be tweaked but still no change. The only thing I have not done is rebuild the front suspension. Can this impact the level of the car this way? Any other suggestions?