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I know that to find the front wheel rate, you:

Multiply the (conventional) coil spring rate X .25 = wheel rate
(600 lb front springs = 150 lb wheel rate)

or

Multiply coil-over spring rate X .90 = wheel rate
(300 lb c/o spring rate = 270 lb wheel rate)

But what about the rear wheel rate?
How is that calculated for an IRS car?

Anyone know???
 
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