That is what it appears. It looks that way to me too. That said, it has been squatting low in the rear and high in the front since new. It sits that way with the small trailer loaded, unloaded, or not connected at all. The rear springs have the maximum tension adjustment applied. My assessment is: it needs longer shocks and springs in the rear.Prowler is begging for heavier springs in the rear LOL
Foolish me, I did not measure before I started messing around with it today.That's interesting. I will get the rear up in the air and measure the fully extended shock length vs. the length with the weight of the machine, bed empty, sitting at rest
Are these the springs you have?I have QA-1 springs from Summit of the same size weight and dimensions ...
13" ground clearance measured at lowest point [rear differential ] .. pre spring I was at 9.5 if I remember correctly [ IIRC ] before the spring and buggy was a couple months old then.