I have a suspension mystery -- or at least a situation that's a mystery to me. Hopefully, it won't be to other members. I have a '27 Model T coupe with four-bar rear suspension and coil-overs. I recently changed the shocks and have things set up according to Hoyle: shock length on both sides at the manufacturer's recommended extension, distance between axle housing and frame on both sides within 1/16" or so of each other. But to do this I had to adjust the left shock about a half-inch higher than the right -- by that I mean that there are about a half-inch of threads showing below the adjustment collar on the left shock, but none showing on the right shock. For reasons that aren't relevant here I've thought for a while that I have a problem with the adjustment of the rear panhard bar. But before I go messing with that, I thought I'd seek the advice of more experienced rodders. Have at it, boys and girls.