Re: Rear leaf spring issues? or axle issues? Help!!!!!
Don't step so hard on the gas pedal - learn to ease away from the stop, no jack rabbit starts.
Too much torque - detune the engine or change rear axle ratio to a lower numerical ratio.
Along with above statements - no 5000 RPM dump the clutch launches.
Add a traction device to the rear axle - many designs to chose.
May need to change rear springs, if you have a single leaf spring.
If tumbling is believed coming from the rear axle, and especially noticable during a turn, you may need to replacve the axle lube oil and add a new bottle of GM posi additive, then exercise the rear axle by making figure-8's in a safe place to lube the clutch plates, if you have a limited slip axle.
We need more info on the car as to how it is equipped and also being operated during time of tumbling.
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