Needed to change a wheel bearing (92 daytona ES) so decided to change the struts and lower it by cutting springs. Got the struts from a 89 ES an did the necessary swaps so it all would match. But ok, so I cut the back springs by a half coil each and it dropped it between 3/4-1in, and it sits awesome. So in the fronts I cut a full coil on the 92 springs and that dropped it too much, so I replaced them with the 89 springs which appeared to already be half a coil shorter than the stock 92 springs (aka putting half a spring back on) but when I set the car on the ground, the back set down nicely but the front actually picked up a half inch (I tested it by pushing the wheel up with the jack until the whole car picked up). On the jack, it appeared it would lower the thing a good inch but after setting it down it actually LIFTED it a half inch...any explanations?