you didn't say but some xt's had air bag suspension, if your's does that might be at play here. if it has coil springs on shocks and struts then you have something else causing it.
no adjustment bolt , that was on the torsion bar rear on ea81 series cars. if it's a 2-wd xt and someone put 4x4 rear shocks on it, that would cause it to sit low because the lower mounting place for the 4x4 shock and the mounting place for the 2wd is different, 2wd has a higher mount point for the bottom of the shock., and they use different rear shocks to compensate for that. would be great if you could post a pic of the rear shocks on there and say which type xt you have. look at the rear shock , if the bottom of the spring to the lower mounting eye is like 2-3 inch its a 4x4 shock, if it's more like 5-6 inch its a 2wd shock.
OOPS; i explained that part about the lower rear shock mounting position in reverse,, it's the 2wd cars that mounts the shock down low on the swing arm , and the 4x4 that mounts the shock higher up on the swing arm , this was done to allow room for the drive axle. sorry for the mixup. but the point is 4x4 rear shocks on a 2wd car will sit low in back.
Edited by ruparts, 31 December 2013 - 10:23 AM.