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Angry Rear spring sag?

I put new multi leafs in my 69 about 5 yrs ago and has just been sitting waiting for restoration,now the pass side seems to be sagged out it rubs on tire and drivers side has a good 3-4" clearance,can I re-arc it and do I need to remove the other in order to have them the same?
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