So in the "Official Daytona Pics" thread, Timo commented that the right height of my car seemed to be off (too low), particularly at the front. I speculated that the various rubber parts had likely crushed, and were responsible. Well yesterday I actually (finally) crawled under the car to check it out. Turns out that all the bushes on the shocks were obviously deformed and the rubber seats of the springs look very compressed at the front (though did not look that bad at the rear). I did not see any easy way to measure the compression of the rear springs without a 4-post lift, but at the front, the spring compression measured-out at about the factory-specified 205mm, though the center-to-center of the shock bolts was something like 305mm, so about 15mm short of the factory spec. Losing 4mm at each of the rubber points seems perfectly plausible, and is consistent with every rubber part that I could get a good view of. So a couple of questions come to mind. 1) Does anyone know of a source for polyurethane bushes for the shocks (and for all the other bushes in the Daytona suspension, for that matter)? I used such bushes when I redid my 308, and really liked them. Energy Suspension has replacements for some of the bushes, but not the shocks (nor the majority of the bushes). 2) Is it possible to get the shock+spring assemblies out of the car without completely dismantling the suspension? While I realize that the other rubber is likely in need of replacement, I'm still uncertain about some of the finishes to use on the various components, and hate to do a complete teardown until I'm confident about what finishes to apply before reassembling. All thoughts/experiences/sources are appreciated!