Okay, here’s the story. I have a ’72 240 that I’ve owned since 1974. When I had the car in Japan (courtesy USAF) the rear end was sagging so I got the rear springs from a 260 2+2 and put them in, figuring the 260’s heavier rear end would have corresponding heavier springs. Turned out to be a little too much of a good thing. Fast forward to today. While restoring the car, installed new KYB struts. Naturally, with no engine, the front is sitting high. But the rear end is fully reassembled and even with 100 lbs in the tail to simulate a full tank of gas, it is sitting at the top of the struts and takes considerable additional weight to drop the rear end at all. I understand the KYBs give some lift of their own, and I’ve been trying to decide whether to go back with lowering springs, stock springs, or whatever will work. Keep in mind this car will not be driven real aggressively, and at this stage of life, I’d prefer a tolerable ride over razor sharp handling. I’d appreciate any advice on where to go from here.