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Hi, I recently purchased a 2006 Lexus LS430. I just wanted to check if it's normal for the rear to appear to be sitting lower than the front - I  have not checked if it's completely level from floor-to-body but the gap between the front wheels and arches looks much higher than the rear ones, but it doesn't quit look like it's "sagging". I will take some pictures in the daylight of the car at "Normal" suspension and then "Hi" to post here to check. 

Thanks. 

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26 minutes ago, DomTurner said:

Hi, I recently purchased a 2006 Lexus LS430. I just wanted to check if it's normal for the rear to appear to be sitting lower than the front - I  have not checked if it's completely level from floor-to-body but the gap between the front wheels and arches looks much higher than the rear ones, but it doesn't quit look like it's "sagging". I will take some pictures in the daylight of the car at "Normal" suspension and then "Hi" to post here to check. 

Thanks. 

The rear of the LS430 always looks lower. As far as I remember the ground to wheel arch centre is about 27" give or take.

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Hi - that is perfectly normal and has been discussed here before:

also remember the front aches are larger than than the rear.

Worth noting as mentioned in the above discussion is that the ride height can be manually adjusted - ry to find a post by haylands

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